Examining programs, policies, or priorities for different roles, responsibilities, levels of power, or social expectations
experienced by female and male participants (used interchangeably with "gender lens.")
The same as Gender Lens (see below)
structural equality for women and girls and boys and men: rights,
opportunities, privileges and social power dynamics
being masculine or feminine through clothing & behavior
Inner sense of
being male or female
Examining programs, policies, and funding priorities for different roles, responsibilities, levels of power, or social expectations
experienced by female and male participants (used interchangeably with "gender analysis.") Gender
Integrating a gender analysis into programs and policies so that women and girls achieve gender equality in terms of access, privileges, representation and power.
ideals, scripts, expectations for womanhood and manhoodGender Roles
Social and behavioral norms for how men and women are expected to act: being a doctor or nurse, being martial or maternal.
Gender as Sex
media increasingly using "gender” when they mean biological sexGender Transformative
Policies, programs and funding priorities that promote social justice by highlighting, challenging, and
masculine and feminine norms
term for those whose self-identity does not conform to conventional binary
woman/ man, including those whose gender identity varies from their
birth-assigned sex (e.g., transsexual).