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Title: Lobbying and Advocacy:


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Lobbying and Advocacy Keeping Gender on the
Agenda LOBBYING ADVOCACY IN THE AFRICAN
CONTEXT Presented by Rovaro Bayard Zivikele
Training NPO
2
  • Topics
  • Achieving MDGs under Global Resource Constraints
  • Lobbying Advocacy to stay focused on Results
  • Service Delivery Traditional Approach vs
    Mainstreaming
  • Human Rights mainstreaming what is it?
  • Legal Framework
  • Needs Based vs Rights Based approaches
  • Multi-Sectoral Approach to eliminate
    Implementation Gaps
  • Monitoring Evaluation
  • Support by identifying challenges sharing Good
    Practice

3
Achieving MDGs under Global Resource Constraints
MDG GOAL 3PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER
WOMEN Target 1 Eliminate gender disparity in
primary and secondary education, preferably by
2005, and in all levels of education no later
than 2015
Girls still wait for equal primary school access
in some regions Women slowly gain ground in
political decision-making, but progress is
erratic and marked by regional differences Target
ed action is needed to help girls from poor,
rural areas stay in school Job opportunities
open up, but women often remain trapped in
insecure, low-paid positions Women slowly gain
ground in political decision-making, but progress
is erratic and marked by regional differences
4
Achieving MDGs under Global Resource Constraints
GOAL 3 PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY
AND EMPOWER WOMEN
Target 3.A Eliminate gender disparity in primary
and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and
in all levels of education no later than 2015
3.1 Ratios of girls to boys in primary,
secondary and tertiary education 3.2 Share of
women in wage employment in the non-agricultural
sector 3.3 Proportion of seats held by women in
national parliament for discussion
5
Seats held by women in parliament by percentage
in African countries
Source http//www.mdgmonitor.org/map.cfm?goal2in
dicator0cd
6
Multi-Sectoral Approach to eliminate
Implementation Gaps
  • Imagine a local municipality with all services
    are available, but
  • There are no healthy people due to an Aids
    epidemic..
  • There are no women because they left the area
    due to high crime rate and abuse .
  • There are no children to enjoy the lovely parks
    and environmental services due to child abuse
  • There are no youth because they left to seek job
    opportunities elsewhere..

7
Multi-Sectoral Approach to eliminate
Implementation Gaps

Service Delivery focus
HR mainstreaming, Focus is on PEOPLE
People
Environment
Basic Services
Economic
Social Issues
8
Multi-Sectoral approach for HR MAINSTREAMING
  • DEFINITION
  • Process of identifying the issues affecting the
    most vulnerable groups in society and integrating
    their basic human rights needs in the Planning,
    Implementation, ME of service delivery
  • GYDHOC (NATIONAL FOCUS)
  • Gender, Youth, Disabilities, HIV/Aids, Elderly,
    Children)

9
NGOs like Zivikele Training use a Multi-Sectoral
approach to build capacity within public sector
to enhance Implementation methodologies..
Lobbying Advocacy to stay focused on Results
10
MULTI-SECTORAL EFFORTS ENHANCE HUMAN RIGHTS
Mainstreaming
  • Rights Based versus Needs Based
  • Food Shelter Health Security Safety
    Education Sanitation, etc
  • Legal Framework
  • International - Human Rights
  • National - Constitution Bill of Rights
    Labour Laws
  • Regional Strategies Policies
  • Local Government By-laws Regulations
  • Custodianship
  • National Provincial Government
  • DPLG
  • LG
  • Other Departments Supporting Functions

11
Gender Equality for All Africans is still steep
uphill...!
Lubna 12 other women were arrested at a party
in July and had faced the possibility of 40
lashes for wearing trousers deemed indecent. The
court ordered her to pay a fine of 500 pounds
(209) or face a month in jail. A former
reporter who was working for the United Nations
at the time of her arrest, Hussein has publicized
her case, posing in loose trousers for photos and
calling for media support
Female Genital MutilationFGM is widely spread
with approx 90 percent of the population have
undergone FGM in Sudan.
12
We say Let Caster be Caster..!
2009 Berlin SAs Caster Semenya wins Gold and
undergoes gender tests
13
Sample of HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLIANCE M E
Internal HR Compliance Audit 42
External HR Compliance Audit 48
Gender 60 Youth 54 Disability
34 HIV/AIDS 38 Elderly 36 Children 46
E Relations 56 Safety 54 Health
34 Security 38
14
Multi-Sectoral /Multi-Level approach for HR
Mainstreaming Implementation
15
Sharing the Magnitude of Gender Equality issues
with All partners including Traditional
Leaders, is important
16
sample of how community groups came together
to put an ACTION PLAN in place, Listing
all key stakeholders on a shared poster
17
  • Some Objectives to keep Gender on the Agenda
  • Advocacy and Lobby with key stakeholders in
    support of a training model for the management of
    victims and survivors of GBV and combating HIV.
  • Implement a training model for comprehensive
    responses to the needs of victims and survivors
    of Gender related incidents
  • To develop accredited training programs
    supporting the multi-sectoral training model,
    assisting survivors to come forward receive
    restorative justice

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THANK YOU..!
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