Full text: Gender budgeting in Europa (99)

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ing. Founder of the Genderbuero in Berlin and consultant for Gender Mainstreaming. Last GB activ-
ity: paper for the network "Gender Mainstreaming Experts International" on the origins of Gender 
Budgeting, strongly focussing on the critical roots of gender budgeting in feminist economics and 
the critique on structural adjustment programmes. Editing the Website www.genderbudgets.de 
Giza Inken (Germany) 
I am a member in the Gender Budgeting initiative in Berlin since January 2005. There I lobbying the 
initiative activities through presentations in Poland NEWW- workshop, international conferences, 
local workshops. 
? Development of a database on Gender Budgeting for the Ministry of Social Affairs in Es-
tonia. http://gender.sm.ee  
? At present I work as a freelance consultant for Gender and Environment 
Gubitzer Luise (Austria) 
Professor, Department of Institutional and Heterodox Economics at Vienna University of Economics 
and Business Administration. Interested in research on the theoretical impact of Gender Budgeting. 
Jackie Jones (Great Britain) 
BSc(Econ) LLB MPhil Barrister at Law senior Lecturer in Law at University of West of England. I 
specialise in gender and discrimination. Since November 2005 seconded to the Wales Gender 
Budget Group for three days per week working on securing 1 or 2 Gender Budgeting pilots in an 
area of the Welsh Assembly Government's devolved powers.  
Jubeto Yolanda (Basque Country, Spain) 
Lecturer at the Economics Faculty of the University of the Basque Country, within the Applied Eco-
nomics Department. My main research interests cover a broad range of levels of economic activi-
ties. At the beginning I used to work on regional economics, especially centred on the Basque 
Country’s economy, and now I mostly work on international economics (development economics). 
The links between both spheres is also of her interest. I am also very much interested in feminist 
economics, and its applications. 
Related to gender-budgeting, I started to get very interested in that methodology five years ago, 
when the Basque Country’s Basque Government started a pilot experience with the aim of develop-
ing a gender-audit of some programmes within some departments of the government. That project 
was coordinated by Rona Fitzgerald from Scotland. In that initiative, the Women’s Institute of the 
Government, called Emakunde, invited Ronda Sharp and Diane Elson to give some conferences, 
and it also published an interview with Ronda Sharp in their public magazine, which I really found 
interesting. 
At that time, I was a lecturer of economics, especially of development economics and public fi-
nances, and I was working on my PhD looking for an interesting subject to work on. I was interested 
in research fields related to public policies and especially to the role of the public sector in the wel-
fare of the community. On the other hand, I wanted to include the study of the effects of the policies 
on women, and the way governments were putting into practice the Beijing agreement on main-
streaming, but I didn’t know how to start. So the idea of gender-budgeting seemed really inspiring 
and it opened a lot of possibilities of research and hopefully of introducing improvements in 
women’s lives. That is why I decided to write my PhD on gender-budgeting and nowadays I am in 
the process of achieving it.
        

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