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Gender Budgeting - how to use data

Gender Budgeting - how to use data

May 26, 2022, 13.00

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This session will look at how we can use statistics to help identify inequality and to address these issues.

During this session we will look where we can access data and how we can use this to identify issues in our areas.

No experience off using data is needed

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