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 Gender inequality is an obstacle for progress
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 good governance and human rights. As a crosscutting issue, gender must be addressed in everything the  organisation does, as when development is not en-gendered it is
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UNiTE for Peace: End Gender Based Violence

The Minister for Social Development and Culture has launched the UNiTE for Peace to End Gender Based Violence campaign with the aim of putting a stop to all forms of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Seychelles.



Gender Mainstreaming

While Seychelles has made tremendous steps in meeting the basic practical needs of everyone and provided equality in the public sphere to women, men, girls and boys.




Domestic Violence

The Gender Secretariat has conducted a nationwide survey on domestic violence, to investigate its extent, causes and consequences in the Seychelles context.


Sex-Disaggregated Data

For effective evidence based planning it is necessary to identify gender issues and gaps where they exist, this starts by first collecting sex-disaggregated data.