Transparency and open data in closing gender pay gaps in the public sector : supporting open feminist government
The gender pay gap is a key obstacle to creating more equitable societies. As part of Open Data Charter’s (ODC) project to promote a feminist open government approach to closing gender pay gaps, ODC developed guidance/indicators aiming to promote and reflect on ways in which governments collect, share, and use well-governed data in order to respond effectively and accountably to unequal wages for women. A case study was undertaken in Buenos Aires to highlight gaps in the collection of data within the care economy which relies on women’s work.
Auteur ou autrice(s) : Carfi, Natalia, De los Santos, Mercedes, Suthee, Sangiambut
Langage : Anglais