Gender Consultancies 1 for the National University of Rwanda 1




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Participatory Gender and Development Committees


Each Academic Unit (Faculty, academic and administrative Centre, School) shall have a Gender and Development Committee (GDC). GDCs shall be gender balanced and composed of representatives from each department and include two students where applicable (one undergraduate and one postgraduate). The Dean of Students' Unit shall have a majority of students. Gender matters from GCDs shall be submitted to the Executive Council via the NGC.
GDC functions shall include:

  • implementation of NUR gender policy at unit level

  • coordination of gender mainstreaming activities in each unit

  • coordination of each unit’s gender planning, gender budgeting, gender monitoring and evaluation, gender annual reporting and gender capacity building

  • undertaking an annual unit gender audit.

The Role of Stakeholders in the Implementation of NUR Gender Policy


The effective implementation of this Gender Policy will be the responsibility and business of all of the NUR community, which comprises all academic staff, administrators, students and other stakeholders. The roles and responsibilities of executing Gender Policy at NUR will be collectively shared amongst all stakeholders. The Gender Strategic Plan and Gender Action Plan shall identify areas of mobilisation of resources and responsible organs and individuals for implementation. These plans will be the main instruments for achieving Gender Policy objectives.

Monitoring and Evaluation


Monitoring and evaluation of this policy will be ensured by BOD. To this end, a periodic assessment of different activities shall be carried out according to participatory control mechanisms involving all stakeholders. More concretely, NUR shall set up programme supervision and control mechanisms, which will be launched at the institutional level in order to assess the progress made at all levels of the university.

Conclusion


The principles, strategies and institutional arrangements set out in this Gender Policy represent the pursuit of the recognition of the equality for all persons outlined in the Constitution of the Government of the Republic of Rwanda and the principle of gender equality espoused in Vision 2020 and the Economic Development Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS).
The Gender Policy provides the NUR community with both a challenge and an opportunity for promoting and enhancing GE and Gender Equity through the Gender Policy objectives. The successful implementation of these policy objectives will depend on the concerted and determined collective effort, willingness and accountability by all stakeholders within NUR.

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