As you know already, GBA+ isn’t only about gender, and groups of people are not homogenous. Our experiences are affected by intersecting parts of our identity, the context we are in and our lived realities.
Beyond sex and gender
We all have multiple identity factors that intersect to make us who we are.
This is called intersectionality.
The “plus” in gender-based analysis plus acknowledges that GBA goes beyond sex and gender.
It examines how sex and gender intersect with other identities
such as: race, ethnicity, religion, age or mental or physical disability.
Use GBA+ to examine all the intersecting identity factors of diverse groups of people
so that you can be more inclusive in your approach to developing, delivering and evaluating initiatives.