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Ionica Berevoescu
@UN Women
Ionica Berevoescu has worked on gender statistics for United Nations for over 15 years, co-authoring UN methodological and analytical global publications such as Integrating a Gender Perspective into Statistics, Guidelines for Producing Statistics on Asset Ownership from a Gender Perspective, and World’s Women. Trends and Statistics. She is currently working in the Governance and Political Participation Section of UN Women, co-leading, with Julie Ballington, the development of global statistical methods for measuring women’s political participation and violence against women in politics, and coordinating the global compilation of data on women’s representation in local government (SDG indicator 5.5.1b).
Julie Ballington
@UN Women
JULIE BALLINGTON has worked on women’s political participation for the United Nations and other international organizations for over 20 years. She has designed and co/authored several publications on women’s participation in parliaments, local governments, and political parties, and on reforms needed to promote women’s participation in electoral processes, including through gender quotas and preventing violence against women in politics. As Global Policy Advisor on Political Participation at UN Women in New York, she regularly provides technical advice to UN country and regional offices on effective programme design and manages the development of practical knowledge products and guidance codifying good practices.
Molly Middlehurst
@NDI
Molly Middlehurst currently serves as a Senior Program Manager for Gender, Women and Democracy at NDI. She has worked domestically and internationally to build evidence-based programming combating gender norms and empowering women and other marginalized communities across the democracy and governance, education, economic development, and water, sanitation and hygiene sectors. She has conducted research and worked on programming with Oxfam in Ireland and Tanzania to build responsive Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) frameworks for evaluating program progress and strengthening impacts and accountability towards beneficiaries. During her masters, she conducted quantitative and qualitative research in Tanzania on gender norms and stereotypes affecting men and women's educational opportunities and outcomes in higher education. She has co-authored articles on her original research published in peer-reviewed journals including Comparative Education and Development in Practice.