Gender perspective in the budget
The budget is the Government's key tool for implementing financial and operational policy. The way in which public funds are distributed also directly influences the daily lives of women and men.
Every ministry must include in its budget proposal a summary of any operations related to its administrative branch that have a significant gender impact. They can also name concrete objectives and measures to promote gender equality.
Gender perspective is needed in all operational and financial planning
The gender perspective (how matters affect women and men) will become a part of all operations when it is closely bound to operational and financial planning. It is an important perspective, for example, when surveying results and goals and various statistics and indicators.
The aim is to have the gender perspective included into the performance guidelines of administrative sector offices and agencies of each ministry.
It is also important to take note of the gender perspective in monitoring:
- in annual reports
- in the Annual Report of the Government
- as part of internal monitoring.