Introduction to GBA+

Introduction

Introduction to GBA+ - Transcript

Introduction to GBA+ - Transcript

Gender-Based Analysis+ is about people.

Meera just turned 15.

She lives with her mom, dad and two younger brothers.

Shankar is a 50-year-old corporate lawyer who loves living in a big city.

Mary is an Aboriginal woman in her mid-60s. She suffers from heart disease, which makes it difficult for her to play with her grandchildren.

Joseph and Marco are young professionals who have recently married and adopted their first child.

Chantal is a 33-year-old single mother who lives in a small town with her son where she teaches grade two.

Jean-Philippe is a pre-teen boy who loves to play sports.

Have you considered how the issues you address in your work might impact these individuals? Or how gender, culture, disability and other diverse factors might have a bearing on the outcomes of federal government initiatives?

As a federal public servant, you can use Gender-Based Analysis+ to better address the needs of Canadian women and men.