Project Title

Workshop for Policy Makers in APEC: Strengthening Women's Empowerment and Leadership through Digital Economy in Boosting Economic Growth 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

PPWE 01 2020 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

PPWE 01 2020 

Project Title

Workshop for Policy Makers in APEC: Strengthening Women's Empowerment and Leadership through Digital Economy in Boosting Economic Growth 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

General Project Account 

Sub-fund

None 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

45,470 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

45,470 

Sponsoring Forum

Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy (PPWE) 

Topics

Gender 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Indonesia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Canada; Chile; Japan; Malaysia; New Zealand; Peru; Singapore 

Expected Start Date

01/03/2021 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2021 

Project Proponent Name 1

Vidia Lestari 

Job Title 1

Assistant Deputy Director 

Organization 1

Ministry Women Empowerment and Chile Protection 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(62-21) 3446586 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

vidialestari12@yahoo.com 

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

Vidia Lestari 

Project Summary

Women are important contributors to economic growth. Nevertheless, women’s contribution to economic growth is still not significant. The 2018 World Economic Forum data shows that women’s leadership roles are lower by 33 percent than men. Digital disruption and IR4.0 is predicted to widen the gender gap by contributing to higher job losses for women. Therefore, APEC Ministers in 2018 urged economies to continue to explore ways towards creating opportunities for women to participate in the global economy. This can be done through fostering conducive environments for women to start and run businesses; promoting women-owned MSMEs and women entrepreneurship in the digital economy; advancing skills, such as business digital literacy and identity protection; and developing policies to improve access to finance, markets, start-up capital, and capacity building.

Relevance

Relevance – Region:The exponential growth of the digital economy is capable of causing disruptive technology. This could lead to automation that could affect low-skilled labor. Women, who are mostly employed in low skilled jobs and non-executive positions, tend to be more affected by this situation than men. Globally, women also tend to be locked out of leadership positions, where gender seems to matter more than ability. Women make up only 5 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs. They account for only 24 percent of senior management positions around the world, these numbers are fairly consistent across Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America. Based on OECD: Employment Outlook 2019, data shown in the APEC region, for every 100 men there are only 77 women in the labor force. APEC plays an important role in closing this gap and these statistics can be improved by strengthening women's empowerment and leadership through the use of digital technology. These programs are formulated using the concept of Community Driven Development (CDD) and a bottom-up approach. The women's community is directed to be actively involved in every process of formulating and implementing empowerment programs in order to increase women's initiative and capabilities. Through the synergy between policy makers and women's community, women's empowerment and leadership programs can be directed to reach every dimension of life through various combinations of policy instruments, such as training, increasing business digital literacy, financing, and providing business assistance. In addition, empowering women with a bottom up approach will also improve women's leadership and capabilities. Women tend to have better transformational leadership than men. Transformational leadership fits perfectly with the characteristics of start-ups that emphasize creativity, innovation, ideas, and long-term sustainability. Furthermore, through community-based empowerment, business digital literacy can be delivered using a collaborative learning method. Increasing business digital literacy enables the women's community to be able to develop technical skills and maintain their business sustainability. Through increasing business digital literacy, offline marketing activities by word of mouth can be replaced with online marketing through the use of digital technology. The women's community can also analyze market trends and promote their products widely with the help of digital technology.

In today’s rapidly changing and increasingly competitive business environment, the application of proactive information system is needed. The social network enables individuals to exchange information with colleagues, subordinates and managers simultaneously. It is essential for women to build or strengthen their existing relationships and improve their interactions for the smooth transition from one business community to another community in case of attaining a better job opportunity. Such interactive relationships may support women in their job searching, information sharing of individual interests and job opportunities. In this case, women could enhance their employability and reduce the risk of job insecurity by discouraging redundant information and sharing important ones, beneficial for everyone within a social network. Moreover, women can convert their weak social ties into strong social ties by enhancing their interactions because such ties bring novel information about recruitment, job opportunities and overall individual well-being prospects. Considering the important role of social networks for women's well-being, empowerment programs also need to be focused on familiarizing women in building strong social networks and employment opportunities.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: 
This project met the Malaysia Priority as APEC host this year, especially priority number 2; Inclusive Economic Participation through Digital Economy and Technology as it serves the point c) Women Empowerment and Leadership. Acknowledging that women are important contributors to economic growth, Malaysia has taken the implementation step to La Serena Roadmap in many efforts including improving access of women to leadership positions in all levels of decision making. This project will be a part of the efforts that Malaysia has taken to women empowerment and build upon existing programs and work plans in advancing policies relating to women and leadership in APEC.

Relevance – Capacity Building: 
The project will be formulated and implemented by involving relevant stakeholders so that the program will not be partial, but comprehensive and sustainable. In its implementation, women are involved in every empowerment process, starting from the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation stages. In this case, women are no longer objects, but subjects of empowerment programs. The project aims to build the capacity of APEC member economies by increasing the involvement of women in leadership positions in the start-up sector. Furthermore, this workshop seeks to facilitate an exchange of knowledge among the economies on the implementation of women’s empowerment and leadership through digital economy. Discussions will be held to address the process of regulatory coherence, success stories, and lessons learnt from the implementation of women’s empowerment and leadership through digital economy. The project will also enable the achievement of APEC’s goals and objectives for capacity building, namely:

a. To attain sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region - by strengthening women’s empowerment and leadership through the digital economy to build stronger network.

b. To reduce economic disparities among APEC economies - by empowering women as a leader in the digital economy. In reducing economic disparities between women and men, proactive information system plays an important role. In this case, social networks can be a means of accessing employment information and increasing employment opportunities for women.

Objectives

The objective of this project is to improve women’s empowerment and leadership through digital economy in APEC region, which is expected to be achieved through:

a. Sharing experience and knowledge on the implementation of women’s empowerment and leadership through the digital economy from experts to achieve a better understanding of the best practices of community-based women’s empowerment through the use of social network;

b. Encouraging the formulation of recommendation which may serve as a guide for community-based women’s empowerment and leadership through digital economy development in APEC’s member economies to enhance economic growth and employment opportunities.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: The proposed workshop is in line with several agendas in APEC. First, 2019 APEC Women and the Economy Forum Statement by seeking advanced trade facilitation with an emphasis on women’s empowerment and leadership, simplifying customs regulations and facilitating compliance to help them integrate into the digital economy. Second, this workshop also serves the same track with Policy Partnership on Women and Economy for Inclusive Development which proposed several initiatives on providing better opportunities for Women and promoting Women participation in GVCs through the APEC marketplace. Also, emphasize women’s participation in promoting stronger, more sustainable economic growth in APEC. Third, this workshop also has the same commitment with APEC Business Efficiency and Success Target Awards (APEC BEST Awards), an annual initiative designed to build the profile of, and encourage, women-led MSMEs in the APEC region.

Alignment – Forum: Under the Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy (PPWE), this workshop is in line with the discussion on commitment to promoting women’s economic empowerment and leadership, through APEC’s work under the five pillars of La Serena Roadmap: (1) access to capital and assets; (2) access to markets; (3) skills, capacity building, and health; (4) leadership, voice, and agency; and (5) innovation and technology.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

This workshop is expected to generate several outputs in line with the goals of this project, i.e.:

a. The workshop implementation. It will be held in hybrid for 2 (two) days in Indonesia, June 2021. The workshop will consist of sessions that discuss strategies for implementing women's empowerment with a bottom-up approach, strategies for implementing women's empowerment using the concept of community driven development, strategies for implementing collaborative learning in business digital literacy teaching, and the strategies for using social networks to increase women’s employment opportunities . The invited experts and speakers would share their perspective, knowledge, and experiences on the implementation of women’s empowerment program and leadership context. Government officials, academics, researchers, and women from APEC member economies and other relevant international organizations are expected to be involved actively in the workshop. In an effort to measure participants' understanding of the topic before and after the workshop, ex-ante survey will be conducted at the beginning of the workshop, while ex-post survey will be conducted at the end of the workshop along with APEC Evaluation Form and will be part of the project report.

b. Pre-test will be conducted at the beginning of the workshop, while post-test will be conducted at the end of the workshop along with APEC Evaluation Form and will be part as project report. This survey will be used to measure the participants understanding in this topic before and after the workshop.

c. Project report. A Project Report will be produced after the workshop, which will be composed of the following but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project, summary of the workshop presentation, and policy recommendations that could be implemented by APEC economies to help empower women in the digital era. This report will consist of at least 12 pages, divided into minutes of workshop, along with the result, the compilation and analysis of the pre and post-test results, also suggestions and recommendations from the experts and participants. The Project Report will be submitted and published on APEC Publications Database.

Outcomes: The outcomes of this project are as follows:

a. The workshop is expected to provide knowledge, experience, and skills to implement community-based women's empowerment using a bottom up approach. Any information resulting from the discussion can be used as a basis and guidance in implementing women's empowerment and leadership programs in each APEC member economies. Furthermore, women's empowerment and leadership programs need to be flexible and tailored to the local wisdom of each region. Outcome will be measured by Pre-test before the workshop and followed by Post-test at the end of the workshop. All the participants will be required to complete these tests as a part of evaluation criteria.

b. The workshop will incorporate a dialogue session to provide a reference of best practices on how to implement community-based women's empowerment using a bottom-up approach. Stakeholder dialogues bring different perspectives and enable jointly seek solutions that are not partial. The stakeholder dialogue approach can provide a constructive way of achieving planned women empowerment objectives by creating scope for fresh options that are viable for women. When stakeholders from various economies join forces, they exchange various information and experiences related to women’s empowerment and leadership. Moreover, exchanging perspectives in stakeholder dialogues can also promote synergy effects within APEC economies.

c. The circulated report along with the policy recommendation could be used as a reference for the participant upon their return to the home economies. We expect the policy recommendation from this workshop can be used for women and policymakers as a reference in increasing their competitiveness through building stronger network and improve employment opportunities. Implementing the recommendation in each economy and for the women, though it is not mandatory, will help economies create a better social and political environment for embracing digital technology in their daily activity especially for women.

Beneficiaries: Directs beneficiaries of this workshop areas follows:

a.  Women with start-up backgrounds, account for 50%, are the main beneficiaries of this event. The workshop is expected to benefit women through knowledge improvement, up-skilling and re-skilling, especially to keep pace with rapid technological and digital transformations affecting jobs, may increase their ability to participate equally in existing markets; access and control over productive resources, access to decent work, control over their own time, lives and bodies; and increased voice, agency and meaningful participation in economic decision-making at all levels from the household to international institutions.

b. Policymakers, including mid to senior-level officials from the Ministry related to Women and Gender Equality, Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry. This group is expected to present at the workshop in order to discuss any issues faced by women regarding the implementation of the digital economy, to share their views and actions so far regarding the rules and regulations, and what has been done in order to support women’s empowerment and leadership through digital economy.

c. Academics, researchers, and anyone who is involved in women’s empowerment and leadership activities. This workshop will enhance the awareness of women’s empowerment and leadership through the digital economy and also to develop research regarding this topic. Therefore, this workshop will serve as a forum to increase their role and participation in the digital era.

Dissemination

-  Number, form, and content of any publications: The project report will be an APEC publication and be submitted to the Policy Partnership of Women and Economy (PPWE) for approval and comments. Hard copies (presentations of the workshop) will be provided to all the workshop participants. Electronic distribution (e.g.: email, links for the material and presentation) will also be used to disseminate the workshop’s documents at least one week before the workshop commence.

- The target audience of these outputs will be the workshop participants, APEC member economies in general as the report will be presented in APEC Website databases.

-   No intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

a. As women are the core in this proposed workshop, this project will strongly equalize opportunities for women and men. Therefore, during the preparation to the finalization period of the workshop, the selection of experts and participants will be made based on gender equality. Women's participation in the workshop is targeted to be as much as 50% of the total audience, both as speakers and participants. Invitations sent to representatives of the Policy Partnership on Women and The Economy (PPWE) will consider gender equality by proposing women speakers and participants.

b. Besides, the project organizer will ensure that the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the workshop will include information about gender and will assist in evaluating the responses of women and men.

c. This project potentially addresses 5 pillars of the Gender Criteria stated in Appendix G of the Guidebook on APEC Projects (Access to Capital/Assets; Markets; Skills, Capacity Building, Health; Leadership, Voice, Agency; Innovation and Technology).

d. PO is committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan

Timeline

Actions

Deliverables

May 2021

The contracting process –generally 8 weeks

TOR and contract

1 October 2021

Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report

APEC Project Monitoring Report

May 2021

Send a General Information Circular with a confirmed agenda

Information Circular

May 2021

Workshop preparation

Invitation, GI, list of experts and participants

June 2021

Workshop implementation

Two-day hybrid workshop

During the workshop

Ex-Ante and Ex-Post

Test results

July – November 2021

Project Report – drafting

Project Report – commenting and revising, review by APEC Secretariat

Project Report (minutes of workshop, introduction of the project, briefings of the case studies presented at the workshop, briefings on discussions at the workshop, and recommendation)

February 2022

Submission of the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to APEC Secretariat           

APEC Project Completion Report

June 2022

Participation in the Long-term Evaluation of APEC Projects

Evaluation of APEC Projects

Risks

Potential Risk

Mitigation Plan

Availability of relevant speakers/ experts

Engage with ministry and other international organization as soon as final approval is obtained

Travelling risk

Make sure that speakers have done tests for covid-19 and contractor applying all the healthy protocol on the venue.

Repetition of subject matter

This can be avoided by focusing on a particular subject which is leadership for women from start-up backgrounds.

Budget management issues

The working group will pay close attention to the budget at all times and adjust the expenses if necessary.

Technical error while operating workshop equipment (e.g., projector, sound system, screen, lighting)

Pre-check the equipment one day and 3 hours before the workshop starts.

Materials to be submitted to the organizer maximum of 1 day before the event begins (in the form of soft copy).

Bring backup equipment.

Late arrival of speakers

The organizer reconfirms the speakers’ attendance 1-2 days prior to the event.

Intensive monitoring of the speakers’ whereabouts should be conducted 3 hours before the event begins.

Providing pick-up accommodation for speakers from the hotel or airport to the workshop location by the organizer.

If the delay seems to take a long time, the event schedule should be moved to the next session and replaced with a relevant session in which the speakers to that session have arrived.

Speakers cancel unexpectedly.

If speakers cannot attend the event, they should confirm at least seven days prior to the event.

Last minute cancellation should be confirmed along with the recommendation of alternative speakers.

Identify the possibility of having alternative speakers before the event.

Late submission of the speaker’s presentations and materials.

Speakers should notify their late submission and materials will be provided to participant on site in hard copies

Feedback collection from all participants.

Intensive follow up of participants at the beginning and after the workshop to complete the post-evaluation survey and keep them involved to submit relevant input or suggestions on the project report to be released.

Participants do not apply the knowledge learned nor adopt recommendations from the project.

The organizer will ensure that the final session (last session in day two) will produce substantial recommendations that can be recognized by all participants and subsequently to be adopted and used in their economies.

Adverse selection in screening process of good and suitable participants.

Describe precisely the conditions and commitments of participants for the workshop.

The number of participants is below the quota target.

Early distribution of invitations

Providing online registration.

Reconfirm attendance of participants 1-2 weeks before the event.

Different levels of knowledge among participants.

The first session will provide a general background and information to ensure participants get the same knowledge and understanding of the workshop.

Participant reluctance on reimburse payment.

Organizers will ask for a waiver to APEC secretariat for an advance payment to all speakers and participants.

Imbalance of gender ratio.

APEC economies will be required to have at least 1woman participant from each economy to make up at least 50% of female participation rate. The conference will also invite at least 50% of female speakers.


Monitoring and Evaluation

Several indicators are used to assess the fulfillment of the workshop’s objectives. The first indicator is acquired from evaluating participant’s understanding of the workshop material. The second indicator, the quality of speakers and moderators, which is reflected in the comment section of the form. The third indicator is communication, to understand how well the materials are disseminated after the workshop ends. The fourth indicator is related to gender equality. The indicators are measured by distributing the evaluation form. The organizer will collect all comments and reflect them into the project report, which will be submitted to the APEC Organizer on PPWE to be considered and finalized. Workshop reports and documents will be uploaded to the APEC Publication Database. The draft report on the workshop results will be sent to APEC Secretariat for review before finalization.

Category

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

1.   Workshop (case studies)

1. No. of experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.  No. of attending economies

11

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.  % of participating men/women

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.      Project Report

4. No. of pages

at least 12 pages

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

5. Submission to

    the Secretariat

December 2021

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat

Outcomes

1.   Participants' knowledge and understanding of strategies to increase bargaining power and prevent job losses

1. % of participants report substantial knowledge increase

30%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

2. developing APEC economies report substantial knowledge increase

35%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

3.  women report substantial knowledge increase

35%

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report

2.  Recommendations made on how to implement strategies for best practices in preventing women’s job losses and empowering women through social networks

4. No. of recommendations made

7

Included in the Project Report

Report to Working Group

The APEC longer-term evaluation of APEC

Projects


Linkages

This workshop also reflects cross-fora collaboration between Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG), and Policy Partnership on Women and The Economy (PPWE). The project committee will invite the policymakers (e.g. Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs, Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Economy, International Trade Analysts, Economic Researchers), academics, and relevant business associations from APEC’s member economies to share relevant information and perspective. After conducting the workshop, the final report will be disseminated to the participants.

It is to be acknowledged that APEC had conducted several workshops with women as the main theme. Such as Diversity Management for Women Empowerment (Japan, 2017) and Good Practices on Gender Diversity in Corporate Leadership for Growth (Japan, 2016).This project could provide greater insights into the priority issues of APEC such as gender diversity, women empowerment, and ensuring the significance of women’s active participation in the economic world.

The workshop is expected to achieve APEC's goals for capacity building, namely: (i) to attain sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region - by strengthening women’s empowerment and leadership through the digital economy, and (ii) to reduce economic disparities among APEC economies - by empowering women as a leader in the digital economy. The project gives the most excellent hones for policymakers and participants to execute comparative projects in their respective economies, which will be relevant to APEC and non-APEC fora. Furthermore, this project is aligned with the funding priorities of ASF General Fund Account which is to strengthen inclusive growth through structural reform and by increasing opportunities for Women and enhancing sustainable development and equitable growth.

Sustainability

Through the session of the workshop, the participants will be able to receive and transfer their knowledge; solve identified problems; and also create new strategies related to community-based women empowerment and leadership issues. The participants, especially women, will have a greater opportunity to access a decent job and get a higher income. Based on the knowledge and experience from the project, policymakers and women’s community are able to formulate better programs and also policies to increase the engagement of women in boosting the economic performance through digital technology. Also, participants will actively take part in formulating better recommendations so it will be easier for them to engage in leadership within the current digital technology era.

The workshop materials will be given to participants, economies, stakeholders and beneficiaries in the form of handouts and online files after the project has been completed. The result of the workshop could be used as a reference and recommendation in supporting women's empowerment and leadership activities. The short-term progress on the workshop outcomes will be measured by the post-test. While the APEC funding sought is for a discreet training program and cannot fund ongoing monitoring and analysis over the long-term of training and advancement of women in APEC economies, we would encourage feedback from the trainees and their APEC economy representatives in PPWE on progress in women advancing in the economic sector in their home economies.

Project Overseers

Ms. Vidia Lestari got her Public Administration Master Degree from Yeungnam University, Republic of Korea. Since 2018, she has been the Assistant Deputy Director Gender Monitoring and Evaluation in SME and Creative Economy.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Contractors are those who will work to support PO both in substative and administrative matters. The consultant’s team consists of trade facilitation experts and researchers in the field of international trade. The importance of consultant team to be at the workshop is for it to run smoothly so that the objectives of workshop are achieved and the expected outputs are realized. Accordingly, PO seeks APEC funding to support consultants airfare and per diem to attend the workshop.

Contractor’s will work in total of 240 working hours with scope of works are as follow:

A.     Work with the PO and the APEC Secretariat on the overall conduct of the workshop:

a. Working with speakers and discussants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda of workshop including elaboration of each agenda session and make sure speaker’s materials are in line with the topic;

b. Creating a list of suitable potential speakers;

c. Make initial contact with potential speakers and be responsible in their invitation;

d.  Create TOR/speaker’s guidance for each speakers in each session;

e. Choosing the venue for hybrid workshop and make sure the venue host is adequate enough to held the workshop with several technologies involved;

f. Create accessible online platform for workshop materials, including link to online registration and responsible for all online documentations during the hybrid workshop;

g. Designing the online brochure for hybrid workshop and distribute it to at least 4 (four) digital social media platforms;

h. Creating a list of suitable participants to join the hybridworkshop;

i. Designing the ex-ante and ex-post evaluation and create an online link for the survey;

j. Taking notes during the hybrid workshop;

k. Processing the ex-ante and ex-post evaluation result;

l. Drafting and finalizing the workshop minutes to be written as workshop summary with recommendations.

B. Prepare the Term of Reference (TOR) of the workshop, summary report of the workshop, and provide inputs to the PO on the finalisation of the Project Completion Report upon completion of the project.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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