Project Title

The Role of Standards for Driving Gender Equality 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

SCSC 04 2018A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

SCSC 04 2018A 

Project Title

The Role of Standards for Driving Gender Equality 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Women and the Economy 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

75,000 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

75,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC) 

Topics

Conformance; Standards 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Mexico 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Chile; Indonesia; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Russia; United States; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2018 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Sofia Pacheco Nino de Rivera 

Job Title 1

Director of Standardization and Foreign Affairs 

Organization 1

Ministry of Economy - General Bureau of Standards 

Postal Address 1

Av Puente de Tecamachalco 6, Col. Lomas de Tecamachalco, Mexico 

Telephone 1

52-55 52296100 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

sofia.pacheco@economia.gov.mx 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Sofia Pacheco Nino de Rivera 

Project Summary

Standards are generally presumed to be gender-neutral and are developed without recognizing the differences between men and women standard users. Therefore, this project intends to develop a roadmap on mainstreaming gender into standards and developed by APEC economies in order to promote the use of gender analysis throughout the processes of standardization. 

In order to achieve this, the project aims at enhancing dialogue as to increase the knowledge on the relation between standards and gender equality. The previous to further share information and experiences that can help to deliver a roadmap to assist economies in developing, where appropriate, gender standards and technical regulations that reflect gender differences.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Standards and Technical Regulations do not take gender considerations sufficiently into account. Including social, physical and/or biological differences in standard setting is of key importance and not doing so may put individuals within the gender spectrum at a disadvantage or in danger. Examples include the test methods at standards developed for the automotive sector which include crash trials using dummies that anatomically resemble a male, neglecting the particularities of average and pregnant females who do not properly fit car seatbelts, potentially leading to foetal death related to maternal trauma in motor vehicle crashes.  Similarly, standards for air-conditioning settings in offices are based on the resting metabolic rate of a 40 year-old male, overestimating the metabolic rate of male on average by 20 to 30%. Addressing gender factors while drafting these kind of standards not only would make office workers more comfortable, but it would lead to energy savings and lower emissions. On the other hand, examples of standards for products women/female oriented not considering male’s specificities enough, include baby equipment.which may also be used by males.

This project will address the importance of having explicit specifications on gender issues contained in standards to provide more visibility to further driving gender equality on the Asia-Pacific Region. The project also offers APEC the opportunity to advance extant efforts on the matter[1] and establish itself as a reference for other international or regional fora on the matter.

Relevance – Eligibility: The proposed project complies with the eligibility criteria as stated by the Policy Partnership on Women and Economy Working Group. On the one hand, the initiative is being endorsed by the Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance, fostering intra fora collaboration. Ultimately, the initiative supports, at least, three of the five pillars impacting women’s economic participation these being (1) access to markets; (2) development of skills, capacity building and health and (3) contribution and access to technological and innovation frameworks.

Relevance – Capacity Building: This project will build the capacity of all member economies through the development of a gender inclusion roadmap for the standardization processes. Besides, it will enable member economies, specially developing economies, to obtain, share, strengthen, maintain and develop knowledge to improve their institutional processes by implementing a gender equality strategy in the standard-setting process. This will be achieved through a workshop that will have as an immediate output the creation of a roadmap on how to mainstream gender and sex inclusiveness into standards and developed by APEC economies.


[1] Current standards addressing the differential consideration of gender particularities include the Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) Certification and the Gender Equality Seal. Additionally, the matter is being discussed within the framework of the Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies at UNECE.


Objectives

1) To run a workshop where participants of APEC economies acknowledge the transformational opportunities of standards and technical regulations to achieve gender and sex inclusiveness.

2) To create a Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into standards and technical regulations developed by APEC economies.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  As portrayed in the Osaka Action Agenda, the Bogor Goals are fundamentally to be attained in consideration of both men and women in the process. Gender is a key component to the second major pillar of such Agenda: Economic and Technical Cooperation; within it, gender is mentioned in a series of action programs and other activities.

Additionally, under the APEC 2018 theme Harnessing Inclusive Opportunities, Embracing the Digital Future, the focus established for Papua New Guinea contemplates the provision of an opportunity to strategically work on growth, inclusivity, and sustainability while embracing critical possibilities in the digital age. Namely, the Policy Priority 2 (Promoting Sustainable and Inclusive Growth) contemplates Gender Inclusiveness as one of its three purposes. The project advances women’s integration to formal economic activities. More importantly, this project adds to the implementation of the Framework for the Integration of Women in APEC launched in 1999 in the framework of the Ad Hoc Task Force on the Integration of Women in APEC.

Alignment – Forum: Most evidently, the proposed project directly adds to the forum’s mandate to include gender perspective in the development of standards. On the other hand, the project aligns with the thematic priorities of the Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance, specifically under the “promotion of good regulatory practices in the preparation, adoption and application of standards, technical regulations and conformity assessment procedures” objective as it endorses gender and sex inclusiveness throughout the whole standardization procedure. Likewise, the initiative adds to the forum’s ambition to further pursue regional cooperation in accordance with international agreements.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

a)     Pre-workshop survey:

i)  Conducted by the Project Overseer, through an online questionnaire (20 questions) that will be delivered to all APEC SCSC economies by e-mail.

ii)  “The survey will be directed to the representatives of APEC SCSC economies to obtain information in regards to the current perspectives on the relation between standards and gender within their domestic context.”

iii) The online webpage in which the survey will be conducted will automatically enable the Project Overseer to acknowledge when somebody has already fill out the Pre-workshop survey.

b)  The Pre-workshop survey will be uploaded and delivered through a free website, so no funding for this output will be required.Two-day workshop:

i)   Hosted by Mexico to be held at Mexico City.

ii) Attendees will be (1) standards developers such as: national standardization bodies (for instance: ANSI-USA, INN-Chile, DGN-Mexico), (2) policy makers such as: regulatory agencies (for instance: Ministry of Health- Canada, Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry- Japan), and (3) technical experts such as: Non- Governmental Organizations, Academia- Gender Studies and high level authorities in gender issues (for instance: UN Women, Equality Now, University of Auckland).

iii)   The aim of it will be to acknowledge the overall transformations and behavioral changes that can be achieved through standards with a particular focus on gender and sex inclusiveness. Thematic priorities include: a) general overview on gender inclusiveness in standardization procedures; b) assessment on extant standards/certifications that address this issue and international fora in which the theme is being discussed; c) possible approaches to address the relation between gender and standardization.

iv) The dynamic will be speakers giving their presentations, having discussion tables with experts and moderators, and promoting dialogue among speakers and attendees.

v) After concluding the workshop, we will make a post-evaluation workshop which will survey the attendees and speakers so we can assess the impact of the event.

c)     Summary report:

i)  5 pages containing a briefing of the workshop and some attendees testimonies.

ii)   It will have also a list of the outcomes and recommendations that arise from the workshop and surveys.

iii)   It will be published in the APEC Publication website.

d)    Roadmap:

i)  Document that will enable APEC Economies to mainstream gender into standard-setting and regulatory processes.

ii) The document should include SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented and timely) objectives to be reviewed in the next two years.

iii)  The main sections of the road map will be:

- Abbreviations, acknowledgements, foreword, executive summary, figures and tables, guidelines and recommendations (key parameters used in this section are described in detail below), and conclusion.

-  Setting the context: Does the sector to which the standard will apply is predominantly male or female oriented?

-   Obtaining Information: Qualitative and quantitative parameters such as: number of female in the sector, gender and/or sex characteristics which might be influenced by the standard, sex related factors among women and men (for example: susceptibility to certain illnesses) that could be impacted by the standard. women’s and men’s interests, attitudes and needs.

-  Defining the gender dimension that the standard/technical regulation requires: Analyze if the data information obtained leaves behind one sex.

-   Choosing an innovative strategy: Promoting a balanced participation between women and men in standardization processes.

-   Monitoring Progress:

·  Create an Impact Assessment Tool for the standard in order to analyze the implications for women and men whenever the standard or technical regulation is being implemented.

·  The Roadmap (60 pages approximately) will be published at the APEC Website and distributed by electronic means only.

Outcomes: The event will 1) shed light on the differential considerations of men and women characteristics in standard-setting 2) advance extant initiatives[1] by contributing to the current discussion on challenging the notion of standards’ gender-neutrality. The dialogue resulting from such initiative will increase APEC economies’ knowledge in order to more inclusive domestic and regional standardization processes. The research and analysis originated in the event will establish a reference framework upon which APEC can build gender-inclusive proposals as it provides a platform to identify opportunity areas.

Expected results from the workshop include increasing women’s representation in national standard-setting procedures by at least 20% in the next five years, ultimately leading to the inclusion of gender specificities in regulatory arrangements. The 20% indicator is a prospective goal and it will not only be achieved immediately after the workshop, but once a period of five years takes place after having followed the roadmap. The percentage considers a vast range of sectors (government, politics, businesses councils) which claim to have achieved an active female participation round this number. As a reference, in Mexico the average female participation in standardization processes is 11.3%. If we consider that this number is not representative for all APEC economies, but it could serve as an average, then we should consider that this number has grown 3% per year, so we could be certain that a 20% increase would be highly achievable for all APEC economies. Female participation in workplaces will increase 5% by 2020, hence women representation in standard-setting could be more feasible by then

The development of the Roadmap intends to set clear guidelines for national efforts to be synthesized and schematized into concrete proposals. Broadly, the document will guide national standardization bodies and related entities within national quality infrastructures in their activities and decision-making frameworks.

Beneficiaries: 

1) Standards’ National Developers: Workshop participants are expected to be directly involved in standard-setting procedures, therefore, direct beneficiaries from the initiative are, on the one hand, members to national standardization bodies and, on the other, the appropriate governmental authorities overviewing and guiding national standardization efforts. Consequently, entities embedded in the national quality infrastructure[2] of APEC economies will be encouraged to use the Roadmap to assist their activities, ideally permeating the institutional frameworks of such organizations.

2) Women users and Consumers: Even if the development of gender and sex inclusive standards will contribute to the overall welfare of consumers, women standards users will be distinctively benefited as considerations once marginalized will not only be taken into account, but contained in national normative frameworks.

3)  Governmental Agencies: the survey subsequent to the workshop will enable governmental dependencies closely related to standardization to identify opportunity areas in which gender-inclusiveness can be further advanced.

4)  Private Sector: The implementation of gender-inclusive standards will constitute a comparative advantage for those enterprises deciding to incorporate such regulations in their organizational arrangement. Standards particularly aiming at creating more inclusive working relationships will contribute to create a more optimal environment for women at the time it will benefit the enterprise by increasing its productivity prospects.

5) Academic Institutions: By increasing the presence of women participants in standard-setting procedures, educational and professional prospects for women will indirectly be transformed. Academic institutions thus constitute indirect beneficiaries that will be able to use the documents produced and the Roadmap to further enrich their academic programs.

6) Civil Society Organizations: non-governmental organizations seeking to address gender disparities will be indirectly benefited by the material produced and discussions held throughout the workshop.


[1]Workshop held on November 2016 on “Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: what role for standards and regulatory cooperation? ” led by the Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies from the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

[2] Quality infrastructure as defined by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, comprises “…the totality of the institutional framework (public and private) required to establish and implement standardization, metrology, accreditation and conformity assessment services necessary to provide acceptable evidence that products and services meet defined requirements…”;  UNIDO (2018) Quality Infrastructure of the Americas.- Strategic Roadmap) https://www.unido.org/sites/default/files/files/2018-01/NQI_Americas_Report_EN.pdf


Dissemination

The results from the pre-workshop survey will be made available via e-mail for the potential participants with the purpose of nurturing the initial analysis to be conducted on the current situation. In this same sense, the minutes and presentations material presented at the workshop will be distributed among participants subsequent to the workshop who will be encouraged to share it with their respective agencies/organizations. The previous via e-mail, a Google Drive File or through Dropbox. The Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into Standard-Setting will be distributed electronically and made available publicly as a link on the PPWE page on the APEC website. Publications will be developed in compliance with APEC publication requirements. Copies will also be distributed to PPWE members to further distribute amongst target groups such as regulators, key government officials, entities embedded in the national quality infrastructure schemes, enterprises interested in the implementation of gender-inclusive standards and academic institutions. Links on the PPWE page will also be made available to the public to access material. All material developed as part of this project will ensure compliance with APEC Publication Guidelines, including nomenclature rules.

In regards to the Summary Report, it will be published in the APEC Publication website, Program Director could also sent it by e-mail to SCSC Members, and Project Overseer could send it by e-mail to all workshop participants in order to ensure the appropriate dissemination of the report”.We note that reporting, and other written outputs associated with this project, which will be publically available, must be presented to the Secretariat in a standard of English which requires no further copy-editing. The [Project Final Report] [etc.], which will be distributed and published as an APEC publication, must be prepared in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines and the APEC Logo Guidelines. Where contracted labour is used to produce reports or other written outputs, contractor terms of reference must state that all will be presented in a level of English fit for publication and require no further copy-editing by the APEC Secretariat.. If an author (PO or contractor) is unable to fulfil this requirement, it is advisable to have a copy editor read and edit the public documents related to this project, especially the final report to be distributed and published on the APEC website. This will ensure that language nuances are checked and the quality is within the APEC standard.


Gender

Gender equality  is naturally embedded in the initiative. Gender responsive standard-setting procedures, which comprise both an increased female representation throughout the process and the integration of gender analysis when necessary, will contribute to the overall economic welfare of women and their prospects to integrate into formal economy.

Furthermore, the transformational force contained in standards to modify behaviors beyond its most evident scope, can potentially permeate different spheres. Education and professional development can be positively affected by the initiative by promoting an increased female enrollment in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) professional degrees as technical committees will increasingly require women’s participation.

Discussions to be triggered during the workshop have the purpose of shedding light on the socio-economic benefits of developing gender-responsive standards and the consequent economic integration and empowerment of women.  We foresee a goal of 60% women participants and 70% women speaker experts.

Ultimately, the project intends to advance equality for the whole gender spectrum in professional and educational –technical- fields predominantly led by men such as the standardization processes. The initiative, thus, complies with the Policy Partnership for Women and Economy’s five pillars to impact women’s economic participation.

PO commits to collecting sex-disaggregated data of the workshop attendees. This is required for APEC projects. The data will help the PO determine if they have met their gender percentage goals. In addition, it will provide a benchmark to future POs when establishing their gender percentage goals.

Work Plan

Time frame

Task

Outputs/Deliverables

May 2018

Project Development

Endorsed Project Proposal

June-August 2018

Project Planning

August 2018

A.   

Develop and distribute pre-workshop survey among potential participants

·  Pre-workshop survey

·  Additionally, in response to the results obtained from the survey, a document with thematic priorities will be developed to guide initial discussions.

Develop a document with thematic priorities based off of pre-workshop survey results to guide discussions

B.    September 2018

Develop a Draft Agenda

Draft Agenda

Develop a work plan for the workshop

Work Plan

Invite speakers

Workshop

September 3-7

Promote the workshop celebration in the Women and Economy Forum

·  Invitation

·  Draft Agenda

·  Thematic Priorities document

October 2018

Distribute the draft agenda and invitation for attendees

Invitation

November 2018

Hold the workshop

Workshop

Elaborate minutes

Minutes

C.    December 2018- February 2019

Elaborate the Post-Workshop Evaluation.

Summary Reportà Overall discussions, analysis and recommendations should be detailed for further dissemination.

Along the Post Workshop Evaluation, as Annexes, the material (presentations and documents) used during the workshop.

March-May 2019

Develop Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into Standard-Setting

Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into Standard-Setting

Distribute the Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into Standard-Setting among PPWE members for comments.

June 2019

Publish a link to download the Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into Standard-Setting in the PPWE website.

Link on APEC’s website

D.   July-September 2019

Elaborate completion report

Drafting, endorsement and submission of the Completion report and all supporting documents to the APEC Secretariat.

E.    December 2019

Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by Secretariat.

F.    August 2020

Distributing follow-up survey within APEC economies

Follow-up survey

Follow up (Webex) meeting

Minutes

Risks

Risk

Management Strategy

Low response rate of pre-workshop and follow up surveys

Given the support received both within the PPWE and the SCSC, economies will be encouraged to ensure participation from their national institutional frameworks.

Low attendance/participation during the workshop

The draft agenda, thematic priorities and the invitation will be distributed with anticipation for national entities and governments to have a broad time frame for nominations.

Low attendance/participation from experts during the workshop

Given the support received from PPWE and within the SCSC, economies will be encouraged to prompt participation from experts. Nationally, material will be distributed in time among the entities and experts part of our national standardization scheme (national standardization bodies, conformity assessment authorities, among others).

Difficulty achieving substantial change within national standardization schemes

Constant communication with workshop participants, particularly regulators and members to entities within national quality infrastructures will enable participants to monitor milestones and advancements on the matter.

Difficulty identifying and addressing structural dynamics driving gender inequality in standard-setting procedures

Given the key role of regulators and authorities from governmental entities in standard-setting, the workshop will constitute a platform for them to engage in dialogue with academic institutions and civil society organizations. These entities will provide elements to 1) raise awareness on the importance of gender-equality and to 2) identify the socio-economic benefits from women’s economic integration and empowerment.

Reluctance from regulators/entities embedded in national quality infrastructures to use the Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender or to modify standardization processes to advance gender equality. (e.g. 1) gender-responsive selection of subjects; 2) analysis on a standard’s possible gender implications; 3) gender balanced composition of technical committees, etc)


Monitoring and Evaluation

The project will utilize 2 surveys (initial and final), a post-workshop report as feedback, APEC economies consultations, who are invited to review and comment upon all suggested entry points and suggest other relevant entry points as a feedback to nurture the project. A particular emphasis of the project will be to especially encourage and promote at least 60% of women’s participation and feedback in all project activities. Some of the benchmarks and parameters to evaluate economies after the workshop and after implementing the roadmap will include:

·  Increasing in at least 50% the amount of standard-setting procedures in which the Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender was incorporated as a working document.

·   Increasing in at least 5% the amount of standard-setting procedures initiated from a gender-responsive selection of subjects since the publication of the Roadmap.

·  Increasing in at least 20% gender analysis in standard-setting procedures, where applicable.

·    Having civil society organizations (gender focused) representing the 20% of the total technical committee members.

·   Raising in at least 20% women participants in technical committees

These indicators should be measured and reported in the Completion Report submitted to the Secretariat when the project ends.

As the Roadmap on Mainstreaming Gender into Standard-Setting establishes general lines on how to approach gender inequality in regulating processes, it is suggested for APEC economies to keep on self-assessing their advancements once every five years through the use of the aforementioned indicators.

A (Webex) meeting will be held prior to the elaboration of the Completion report to address questions, raise comments and suggestions on the effectiveness of the project.

Linkages

Within APEC, the project enhances and complements ongoing projects aiming to mainstream gender-equality such as Papua New Guinea’s Gender Smart Workplaces – Building and Promoting Workplace Health, Safety and Inclusivity to Enhance Women’s Economic Participation and Productivity project to be initiated this year. Additionally, given the broad nature of the roadmap aimed, the project shares analogous objectives with a series of PPWE current initiatives such as:

·    Diversity Management for Women’s Empowerment

·   Promoting Women in Decision Making Positions in the Private and Public Sectors

·    Women’s Economic Empowerment and ICT

·   Women as Prime Movers in Inclusive Business

·   Women in STEM

In this same sense, the project will be presented within the framework of the Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance, the initiative prompts cross-fora collaboration.

Extant international efforts include, on one hand, the Initiative for Gender-Responsive Standards from the Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies from the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. By sharing the fundamental goals of achieving promoting gender-informed regulations, complementarity is ensured and both projects strengthened.

Sustainability

We will design a follow-up survey within APEC in 2020 to trace the advancements and efforts undertaken nationally on the role of standards to promote gender equality. The follow up survey will contain the same questions as the pre-workshop survey plus 5 more questions that will focus on how each economy has implemented the Roadmap. Project Overseer will make a comparison of the initial survey and the follow up survey in order to draw conclusions.

Prior to the elaboration of the completion report, through the Webex meeting and based off of the results from the follow-up survey, the project overseers will ensure all issues raised are taken into account to further provide soundness.

Effective engagement from both civil society and academic institutions constitutes another axial element for the project sustainability as their platforms reach different audiences.

Support from co-sponsors within SCSC and members from PPWE will be requested in the form of dissemination of the workshop material and encouragement to continue self-assessment activities once every five years.

Project Overseers

The project overseer is Ms. Sofía Pacheco Niño de Rivera, Director for International Affairs and Diverse Industries in Mexico’s General Bureau of Standards (DGN) within the Ministry of Economy. Ms. Pacheco is responsible for coordinating multilateral initiatives advancing international standardization schemes such as the ones developed in APEC. She is Mexico’s representative in the Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance within the organization. Additionally, she oversees the development of national standards and technical regulations (NOMs; NMXs) prompting harmonization among domestic and international normative arrangements.

Other main contact points responsible for this project are: Mr. Jesús Lucatero, Deputy Director of Operation in the Ministry of Economy in Mexico and Ms. Mariana García Cortés from the General Bureau of Standards.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

· Advance payment for airfares, accommodation and per diem for speakers from APEC member economies. Waiver is sought to fund speakers from international organizations and non-APEC members (airfare, accommodation and per diem).

· Waiver is sought to fund the travel, per diem and accommodation for government officials from travel eligible economies. Advance payment is also required for these participants to facilitate their participation.

. Waiver is sought for the option to provide meals, coffee and tea breaks during our workshop should the venue offer us a package deal

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