Without Data Equality there is no Gender Equality
Queen Rania Al Abdullah, UN Foundation Board member, explained eloquently in a recent article in TIME why good gender data is necessary for helping female refugees. Queen Rania asks, “How can the international community provide appropriate assistance and protection for forcibly displaced girls and women if we do not fully understand the realities of their lives?”.
› Queen of Jordan: Better Data Is Key to Helping Female Refugees.
Explore the Data
What progress are we making on achieving gender equality in the SDGs? On the Women Count hub you will find updated data on gender-specific SDG indicators in one place. You can also find data for our flagship report Progress of the World’s Women. Coming soon: data on women, peace and security, violence against women and a transparency gateway on UN Women programme results.
The Womanstats Project
The WomanStats Project is a team of approximately twelve undergraduate research assistants, seven graduate research assistants, thirteen principal investigators, and over 120 former student assistants. We are dedicated to the continual expansion of the WomanStats Database, as well as the pursuit of our research agenda assessing the relationship between the situation and security of women, and the dynamics between security, stability, and the behavior of the state.