Feminismo/s

Estímulo, potenciales y obstáculos: proyectos de colaboración en transversalidad y presupuestos con enfoque de género

Finnborg Salome Steinþórsdóttir, Þorgerður Einarsdóttir

Resumen

Muchas organizaciones europeas se han comprometido y adoptado formalmente la transversalidad de género y los presupuestos con enfoque de género; sin embargo, la implementación de las estrategias no ha sido tan efectiva como se había anticipado. El Departamento de Estudios de Género de la Universidad de Islandia ha estado colaborando con organizaciones del sector público, una ciudad y una universidad, para avanzar en la implementación de estas estrategias. La colaboración implica que el alumnado de postgrado realiza análisis de actividades públicas desde la perspectiva de género e identifica oportunidades para integrar la perspectiva y reformar los procedimientos y procesos para avanzar en la construcción de la igualdad. A partir de datos de entrevistas con actores políticos involucrados en los proyectos de colaboración, hemos encontrado ausencia de compromiso organizativo con la transversalidad de género y los presupuestos con enfoque de género, falta de sensibilidad de relaciones de género y enfoque superficial en la implementación de las estrategias. Los resultados del estudio nos han dado la oportunidad de explorar las posibilidades y los obstáculos en el uso de proyectos de colaboración para estimular el trabajo de transformación estructural en igualdad de género.

Palabras clave

Presupuestos con enfoque de género; Transversalidad de género; Políticas públicas; Estímulo; Transformación estructural

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/fem.2020.35.07





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