In August 2008, Heads of State of the Southern African Development Community adopted the ground-breaking SADC Protocol on Gender and Development. This followed a concerted campaign by NGOs under the umbrella of the Southern Africa Gender Protocol Alliance. By the 2013 Heads of State summit, 13 countries had signed and 12 countries had ratified the SADC Gender Protocol. The Protocol is now in force. With one year to go, time is ticking to 2015, when governments need to have achieved 28 targets for the attainment of gender equality. In keeping with the Alliance slogan: Yes we must! this 2014 Barometer provides a wealth of updated data against which progress will be measure by all those who cherish democracy in the region. The world, and SADC, is also looking to the future with the post 2015 agenda. Now is the time to strengthen resolve, reconsider, reposition, and re-strategise for 2030.Mauritius at 8% and South Africa at 34% have increased their proportion of women in the police services by 2% ... that they are in line with the SAPS Employment Equity Plan; and ac All recruitment and promotion drives are monitored to ensureanbsp;...
|Title||:||SADC Gender Protocol 2014 Barometer|
|Author||:||Morna, Colleen Lowe, Dube, Sifiso|
|Publisher||:||Gender Links - 2014-10-25|