Démocratie et égalité des sexes : Le rôle de l’ONU

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This publication is available in print and electronic format
Published: 
21 June 2016
Language: 
français
Pages: 
64
ISBN: 
978-91-87729-26-3 (Print)
Author(s): 
Massimo Tommasoli
Co-Publisher(s): 
United Nations, United Nations Development Programme, UN Women

Women’s participation is a central element of democracy, and the nature and degree of women’s participation is a key indicator of the quality of democratic culture.

A high-level roundtable convened in 2011 gathered 150 policymakers, practitioners and academics working on various aspects of gender equality and democracy to review the UN’s work at the critical juncture between promoting gender equality and strengthening democracy worldwide. Their conversations revealed both challenges and opportunities for the UN in this area, based on lessons drawn from both research and practice.

Contents

Recommandations principales

Résumé

1. Introduction

2. Démocratie et égalité des sexes : thèmes principaux

3. Débat n° 1 : participation politique, représentation et égalité des sexes

4. Débat n° 2 : incidence des médias traditionnels et des nouveaux médias sociaux sur la participation des femmes au processus démocratique

5. Débat n° 3 : renforcement de la responsabilité à l’égard des femmes

6. Conclusions et recommandations

Annexes

Ouvrages de référence et lectures complémentaires

Abréviations

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