|Balancing the Scales - Facilitators' manual (Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development - Uganda, 1999, 50 p.)|
|Session 1: Introductions - Two ways of starting a workshop: The Pairs Exercise and Whats In Your Pocket?|
|Session 2: Orientation - An issue-identifying activity|
|Session 3: Opening - The official presentation by the chief guest|
|Session 4: Attitudes towards Gender - Exploring participants views|
|Session 5: Gender Concepts - All-important terms|
|Session 6: Identifying Gender Issues - A theatrical lesson|
|Session 7: Reflection - A review of definitions and issues|
|Session 8: Evaluation - Arrangements for daily feedback sessions|
|Session 9: Recap - The daily review|
|Session 10: Gender Facts, Figures and Opinions - A situation analysis|
|Session 11: The Policy Environment - Case studies from Uganda|
|Session 12: Gender Analysis - Introducing a vital set of tools|
|Session 13: Daily Activity Profile - A tool for gender analysis|
|Session 14: Matrices for Analysis - Roles, access and control, and planning|
|Session 15: Practical and Strategic Gender Needs - A mini case-study|
|Session 16: Gender Equality and Empowerment Framework - A matrix|
|Session 17: Gender Issues in the Workplace - Case studies|
|Session 18: Recap - Review of Day Two|
|Session 19: Gender Issues in Management - Practical gender issues in the workplace|
|Session 20: Gender Responsive Policy Making - Sectoral policies and action plans|
|Session 21: Gender Responsive Planning - Introducing a set of planning tools|
|Session 22: Monitoring and Evaluation - Checking the progress of gender policies|
|Session 23: Workshop Conclusion - A review of lessons learnt|
|Annex - Evaluation Questionnaire|
Addressing Gender Concerns in National Policies, Plans and Programmes
1. What were your expectations for the workshop?
2. To what extent have they been fulfilled?
3. Which topics or tools did you find most valuable, and why?
4. Were there any topics which should not have been included, and why?
5. Do you think the workshop methods were appropriate? Please comment.
6. Have the workshop objectives been achieved? Please comment.
7. What, for you, was the most important learning to come from the workshop?
8. If you were designing the next workshop of this kind, what changes would you make?