Gender-Based Analysis Plus
We are Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) experts. GBA+ is a requirement for federal and provincial funding, grant projects and research proposals. Learn how to maximize this powerful tool and introduce it in your organization to produce greater innovation, profitability and satisfaction.
We customize our GBA+ training to meet your needs and to apply directly to your work and sector. Our training is interactive, focuses on implementation and provides you with physical tools to guide your analysis in your work.
GBA+ Training topics include: What is GBA+?, The importance of GBA+ for me and my work; Diverse population groups and identity factors; Associated GBA+ terminology and language; GBA+ implementation; Monitoring and tracking effectiveness; Evaluation; Communicating and Reporting on GBA+; and, Successfully integrating GBA+ into your organization’s culture.
We can do the GBA+ analysis for your entire organization or a specific project. A GBA+ analysis can be applied to any project and can include an energy infrastructure impact assessment on “sex, gender, and other identity factors” as per Bill C-69.
Let us do this assessment for you to ensure success and peace of mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
GBA+ is about more than just sex and gender…
GBA+ examines the impact on diverse intersecting identity factors such as age, education, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, geographic location, culture, race, language and physical or mental ability, etc…
- GBA+ or Gender-Based Analysis Plus is an analytical tool that can be applied to all of your work to determine who may be affected negatively and how you can mitigate any unintended negative consequences.
- GBA+ is an innovative and extremely effective equity tool that can work in any organization, company or group.
- GBA+ can be applied to decision-making, programs, service delivery, policy, public engagement and consultations, communications and marketing, and anything else you can think of.
- Cost savings,
- Better decisions,
- Improved communications,
- Better data and research capacity,
- Enhanced effectiveness, and
- Equality of outcomes.