Incorporating Women’s Concerns Into Energy Policies

For the most part, policy-makers do not take into account the different needs of men and women with regard to energy services. As a result, policies generally do not recognise that there is a gender bias, and women’s energy needs tend to be marginalised in policy documents.

This document illustrates what type of gender biases exist and suggests how governments can push for more gender-sensitive and gender-responsive policy-making.  

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