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Gender Equality

In recent decades, gender quality has become a central theme in our daily lives. A strong movement developed to improve women's lives and work in many parts of the world. Of course, CSIT also supports this movement and tries to counteract the problem of gender inequality with the help of sports.

Below we provide several links and documents that can help promote Gender Equality. All of the follwing pictures function as links.

IOC Gender Equality Review Project

The IOC Executive Board launched the IOC Gender Equality Review Projects already in 2017 with a mandate to push gender equality globally with action-oriented recommendations for change. In its main part, the document gives 25 recommendations in the themes "Sport", "Portrayal", "Funding", "Governance" and "HR, Monitoring & Communications".

Goal 5 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Promoting Gender Equality is a fundamental part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Goal 5 explicitely deals with this topic and offers knowledge and support.

UN Women Gender-Responsive Sports Organizations

The United Nations' entity UN Women developed a paper to help strengthening the role of women in sports. The guidelines are structured to support sports organizations in terms of empowerment of women and girls and advancement of gender equality through concrete and quantifiable actions and indicators. They aim to mobilize action on gender equality in day-to-day and overall operations.

EIGE Gender Equality Training

The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) provides a comprehensive toolkit for Gender Equality Training. This provides participants with the relevant knowledge, skills and values that allow them to contribute to the effective implementation of the gender-mainstreaming strategy in their field, organisation, institution or country.

TAFISA Gender Quality

The "Mission 2030" of our partner TAFISA commits itself to target gender balance in sport, promote and support male and female sports equally and encourage girls to participate in sports. The organization published helpful best practises on their webiste and offers further links.