FREE Training Workshops: Gender Responsive Budgeting

Monday April 11th, 2016

Introduction to Gender Responsive Budgeting

FREE Training Workshop

Friday 22nd April & Thursday 28th April

10.00am – 2.30pm

Anchor Court, Keen Road, Cardiff, CF24 5JW

WEN Wales is delighted to offer two opportunities to attend a FREE training workshop on the topic of Gender Responsive Budgeting.

Gender-responsive budgeting (GRB) developed during the 1990s following the Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1994. It began as a critique of traditional economic policies which had impacted negatively on working women. It has since developed both as a tool for examining budgets and as a device for analysing policy from a gender perspective.

This introductory workshop will cover the following topics:

  • What is Gender Responsive Budgeting?

  • Why Gender Responsive Budgeting is needed

  • How a gender responsive budget analysis should be carried out

  • What the benefits are for society and the economy.

Who Should attend?

This workshop will be useful for anyone who is involved in creating, monitoring and analysing budgets. It will also be of interest to women’s sector organisations and anyone who has a professional or academic interest in economic policy.

How to Book a place

Places are strictly limited. Please click on the link to the workshop you wish to attend and register on our Eventbrite page:

Friday 22nd April

Thursday 28th April


The workshop will be facilitated by Adele Baumgardt. Adele has conducted action research on gender equality and budgets for the Sports Council for Wales. She co-chaired the Women’s Budget Group UK and has acted an advisor to HM Treasury.

Lunch will be provided

For more information, call 07511 939 235 or email: