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Gender Transformative Approaches

Gender transformative approaches (GTA) are programs and interventions that create opportunities for individuals to actively challenge gender norms, promote positions of social and political influence for women in communities, and address power inequities between persons of different genders. GTA create an enabling environment for gender transformation by going beyond just including women as participants. GTA are part of a continuum of gender integration, or the integration of gender issues into all aspects of program and policy conceptualization, development, implementation and evaluation.

Gender-Transformative-ApproachesGender Transformative Approaches An HC3 Research Primer

Year of Publication: 2014

Organization: Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (Hc3)
Length: 2 pages

Languages: English

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