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Explore GBA+, an analytical process used to assess how different women, men and gender diverse people may experience policies, programs and initiatives.
Find out how the Government of Canada has sustained its commitment to GBA+ in the development of policies, programs and legislation since 1995.
Learn to define the key concepts related to GBA+ and recognize how various identity factors can influence the experience that people have with federal government initiatives.
Begin to challenge your assumptions and apply GBA+ to your work by asking key questions.
Learn about the GBA+ Forum held in November 2018 that brought together more than 800 participants from all levels of government and civil society.
Learn about the six elements which provide a foundation for building a sustainable GBA+ framework in your organization.
Watch these microlearning videos to learn how the Government of Canada is using GBA+.
Consult additional resources on GBA+.
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