In June 2018, Professor Jennifer Curtin attended the OECD Experts’ Meeting on Gender Budgeting. The meeting hosted senior budget officials from OECD and non-OECD countries and multilateral organisations to foster and exchange experiences and learnings about gender-responsive budgeting. Jennifer presented a review of New Zealand to the OECD’s Roundtable on ‘Better Governance on Gender Equality.’ Jennifer is one of the few non-government members of the Gender Budgeting Experts Group and liaises with the OECD on new global developments in gender-responsive budgeting and the mainstreaming of gender analysis.
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