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1 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Contributions of public authorites to a more balanced development and a better quality of life in Alpine Space

2 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz A heterogenous space

3 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz A heterogenous space

4 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Some „hard facts“ smallscale landscape and settlement structures low density of population in general (outside of the centers) accessibiliy between the regions and from villages to centers not easy partly high dependency on touristic economy low offer of working places in higher qualified (=academic) branches raising level of education for both sexes relatively low but strongly growing female activity rates Common trends and framework

5 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Some „soft facts“ traditional role models between sexes partly very strong division of labour between sexes is very „classical“ very low participation of women in regional / local decision making proces. Loss of public and private services and concentration in cities Urbanisation and migration of good educated women into cities lots of experiences in gender mainstreaming in labour market, but none in technical fields (housing, spatial planning, public budgeting, regional development, public subsidies) Common trends and framework

6 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Which usefull instruments for spatial development integrating the different needs of women and men are experienced in regions and communities of the Alpine Space Countries? What could be the contribution of public authorities at local, regional, national and transnational (EU-) level in the field of legislation, day to day administration as well as in distibuting public subsidies (€)? How the practical implementation of the Gender Mainstreaming Strategy in day to day administration can improve the economic development as well as the regional (spatial-) development in terms of a quality managment? GenderAlp! key questions

7 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Gender Mainstreaming… …is a strategy to…. …realize existing inequalities …prevent the raise of future disatvantages or discrimination between sexes …consider needs of men AND women equally GM strategy has equality for women and men in professional life, family life and in political life / participation as ist goal GENDER – social role which is attributing to girls or boys, to widows or to widows or to widowers, to women and men Obligatory since 1999/2000 for all EU-members and projects

8 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz GenderAlp! Partners‘ Network

9 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Administrative day to day work Gender Planning Spatial Planning, Pianificazione Amenagement du Territoire Regionale development Gender Budgeting public household planning Decision on public Subsidies Gender Training Sensitization Gendercompetence Networking- Lobbying Topics and Fields of intervention G-PlanningG-Budgeting NetworkingG-Training

10 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Rethinking spatial planning and spatial development Habitation living Recreation leasure provision shopping working education trafic community Social political life

11 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Home: 2 perspectives Place of peace, leisure & recreation – Perspective of people working outside the home entsorgter Alltag / careless every day life Work and duties – perspective of people working at home versorgender Alltag / caring every day life  Different perspectives need different criteria for flats, hourse, quarters, sites as well as on accessibility and infrastructure Place of living (home) and place of working (job) from a gender perspective

12 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Unpaid work

13 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Distribution of work between sexes Consequences for daily life (leisure) Consequences for life income Women still do most of the household and childcare work They bear the burden of the unpaid work

14 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Women part time working with family Basic FunctionsFull time working men with family Low paid part time job Working Full time job and full time income Mostly responsible for unpaid work Providing Mostly low readyness to share Small time budget near living place Recreating Bigger time budget bigger distances Home is place of (house-) work Habitation Living Home is place of recreation Use of bus, bike, train. Complexe Itineraries Circulation Moving Home-Work relation. High rate of car-availability Gender differences

15 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Women part time working with family Basic FunctionsFull time working men with family Assuring the accessibility of qualified jobs Working Support of caring persons by social infrastructure Providing Share of family life equally Offer of recreation near living place Recreating Assuring good infrastructure Living Flexible and needs oriented offers in public / privat transports Moving Flexible and needs oriented offers in public / privat transports Planning goals for gender equality

16 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Synergies – Spatial – Gender Planning Land Salzburg Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming into spatial planning programme „Housing & Working sites in the Salzbug region“ Land Niederösterreich Gender-sensitive access at enlargement of two sites - industrial zones/business park Land Oberösterreich Gender-sensitive regional development in Steyr- Kirchdorf City of Freiburg Implementing gender mainstreaming in urban and regional administrations focussing on spatial planning (light-rail extension) UPIRS - Slovenia Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming strategy into spatial planning policies

17 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Rethinking the use of public money – needs oriented (gender) budgeting Part 1: Analyse of the objective 2 programm 2000-2006 Land Salzburg in regard of equal opportinies Part 2: Developing instruments and indicators to optimize the use of public money administration Sounding Board Know-how and Best-Practice of all PP Synergies with Munich and OÖ

18 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Equal opportunity as location factor Paid vs. unpaid work Qualifi- cation professi ons incomeMobility accessi- bility leisure time working time Offer of public and individual transport Labour market job offers Tourism rate Average income per capita Migration commuting X individual RegionRegion X X X X X X XX XXX XX X XX XXX X X XXX X X X X

19 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Synergies - Gender Budgeting Land Salzburg Gender criteria for regional development programmes Land Oberösterreich Analyses of regional subisidies Analyses of regional budget in the fields of health, sports and education City of München Gender-sensitive analyses of three selected fields of the city budgets: labor market measures, tourisme, subisidies for start-ups Provincia di Genova Application of gender balance in an urban and a rural area by a gender-sensitive analysis of public expenses and incomes Implementation and management of italian local administration network for the promotion of gender budgeting Langhe Monferato Roero- Piemont Implementation of pilot projects concerning gender budgeting at a local level in Cuneo

20 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Recommentations for programms projects (budgeting – public money) To integrate Gender Experts into the process of programming (e. g. periode 2007-2013) To develop practical Gender-Indicators for the selection and for the evaluation of projects and programms To train decision makers in the regions and in the communities (Regional managerments, political responsibles) as well as in administration (Fördervergabestellen) about the impact of measures and projects regarded „neutral“ on women and men Use of simple and understandable terms and concepts in order to communicate the advantages and benefits of gender approach for the regions

21 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz Succes factors for integration of GM into administration Project goals and content, Know-How“ Structur Human Ressources „Gendercompetence“ Process Rules of decision making Cooperation in administration „“cultur“

22 20. June 06 / Stresa Summit Mag. a Heidrun Wankiewicz GenderAlp! Leadpartner-Team Land Salzburg c/o Office for Women‘s Affairs and Equal Opportunities Heidrun Wankiewicz Tel.: +43/662/8042-4051 genderalp@salzburg.gv.at www.genderalp.com (english) www.genderalp.at (german) www.genderalp.si (slowenian)www.genderalp.si www.genderbudget.it (italian)www.genderbudget.it


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