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APEC WOMEN IN,TRANSPORTATION DATA,FRAMEWORK AND BEST. PRACTICES REPORT,October 2015, This publication was produced by Nathan Associates Inc for review by the United States Agency. for International Development,APEC WOMEN IN,TRANSPORTATION DATA. FRAMEWORK AND BEST, US APEC Technical Assistance to Advance Regional Integration. DISCLAIMER, This document is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States.
Agency for International Development USAID Its contents are the sole responsibility of the. author or authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States. government,Acronyms i,Foreword iii,Acknowledgements v. Executive Summary vii,Introduction 1, WiT A methodology for strengthening conditions for women in the sector 1. The case for more women in transportation 3, Data on gender and transportation Dispersed Imprecise Elusive 5. Part I Data Framework 9,1 Education 11,Awareness and First Steps 11. Secondary Education and TVET 12,Higher Education 13.
Apprenticeships 14,2 Entry into Sector 17,Stereotypes and Perceptions 17. Equality and Eligibility 18,Recruitment 19,Entrepreneurship 20. 3 Retention 23,Compensation 23,Flexibility 24,On the Job Safety 25. Technology 27,4 Leadership 29,Investment in Women 30. Opportunity 31,Recognition 32,5 Access and Use 33,Planning and Investment 34.
Passenger Safety 35,Part II Best Practices 37,References 62. Appendix A Suggestions for WiT Programs and Activities A 1. Appendix B Introduction to data framework May 2015 B 1. Illustrations, Figure 0 1 The WiT Framework 5 Pillars and 18 Priority Outcomes vii. Exhibit 0 1 Why More Women Are Needed in Transportation 5. Exhibit 3 1 Impact of Unsafe Truck Stops on Retaining Female Drivers 26. Table 1 1 Education Actions and Indicators for Awareness and First Steps 12. Table 1 2 Education Actions and Indicators for Secondary Education and TVET 13. Table 2 1 Entry into Sector Action and Indicator for Stereotypes and Perceptions 18. Table 2 2 Entry into Sector Actions and Indicators for Equality and Eligibility 19. Table 2 3 Entry into Sector Actions and Indicators for Recruitment 20. Table 2 4 Entry into Sector Actions and Indicators for Entrepreneurship 21. Table 3 1 Retention Actions and Indicators for Compensation 24. Table 3 2 Retention Actions and Indicators for Flexibility 25. Table 3 3 Retention Actions and Indicators for Safety 27. Table 3 4 Retention Actions and Indicators for New Technology 27. Table 4 1 Leadership Actions and Indicators for Investment in Women 30. Table 4 2 Leadership Actions and Indicators for Opportunity 31. Table 4 3 Leadership Actions and Indicators for Recognizing Women as Leaders in. Table 5 1 Access and Use Actions and Indicators for Data on Women as. Passengers 34, Table 5 2 Access and Use Actions and Indicators for Integrating Women s Views 35. Table 5 3 Access and Use Safety Improvements for Women as Passengers 35. Table 6 1 Women in Transportation Illustrative Best Practices 37. ADB Asian Development Bank,APEC Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation. GDP Gross domestic product,ICT Information and communications technology.
ILO International Labor Organization,ILOSTAT ILO Statistics Database. ISIC International Standard Industrial Classification. M E Monitoring and evaluation,NGO Nongovernmental organization. OECD Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. PPWE Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy,SME Small and Medium size Enterprises. STEM Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics. TPTWG Transportation Working Group,TVET Technical Vocational Education and Training. UN United Nations, UNESCO United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization.
USAID United States Agency for International Development. US ATAARI US APEC Technical Assistance to Advance Regional Integration. USDOT United States Department of Transportation,WiT Women in Transportation. Message from U S Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International. Affairs Susan Kurland, Women s inclusion in transportation is crucial to its. continued development and success, On behalf of U S Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx I am proud. to introduce the Women in Transportation Framework a guide for APEC economies. the private sector multilateral organizations and non profits to increase women s. inclusion in the transportation sector, While women make up over half of the human population they do not have the same. economic opportunities as men This disparity is even more pronounced in traditionally. male dominated sectors like transportation where in the United States women only. make up 13 percent of transportation workers In addition to workforce issues women. do not have equal access to transportation systems across the APEC region due to. proximity to public transit increasing costs and safety concerns. The WiT Framework addresses these issues through five pillars education hiring and. entrepreneurship retention leadership and user access It pairs desired outcomes with. specific actions and metrics providing APEC economies and partners a menu of options. to increase women s inclusion, The APEC Transportation Ministers have acknowledged the importance of this initiative.
and through the work of the Women in Transportation WiT Task Force are tackling. them head on The publication of the WiT Framework reflects the Task Forces. sustained and substantial efforts up to this point and over the next few years APEC. economies will continue to lead the charge by piloting this framework at home. This framework and best practices compendium will be a living document and its. prescriptions are not set in stone As economies begin implementation this document. will grow and change as we learn what works, I am proud of the United States leadership in this initiative and am extremely grateful. to our partner economies in APEC particularly the WiT Task Force co chairs the. Philippines and Vietnam I hope that all 21 APEC economies will embrace the challenge. this framework puts forward and I look forward to our continued efforts to increase. women s inclusion throughout the transportation sector. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, Under the leadership of Susan Kurland Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs. U S Department of Transportation the APEC Women in Transportation Data Framework and. Best Practices initiative has benefited from the contributions of many dedicated individuals and. organizations Working closely with Ann Shikany a Senior Advisor at the U S Department of. Transportation the US APEC Technical Assistance to Advance Regional Integration US. ATAARI project as implemented by Nathan Associates Inc prepared the Data Framework and. Best Practices compendium Louise Williams and Tess Perselay of US ATAARI were principal. authors while the project was managed by Ann Katsiak US ATAARI Deputy Chief of Party. Valuable assistance was also provided by Victoria Waite US ATAARI Chief of Party Susan. Chodakewitz CEO of Nathan Associates and US ATAARI staff members Ekaterina Lvin. Caroline Rubin Turner Shaw and Leanne Sedowski The team also relied on support from. Bryna Helfer and Christopher Clement of the U S Department of Transportation and Deanne. De Lima Emily Fischer and Greta Schettler of the U S Department of State Barbara Hazzard. from the National Center for APEC and Jeffrey Hardee of the APEC Business Advisory Council. also provided invaluable assistance, The whole team is grateful for the gracious contributions ideas and submissions shared by. hundreds of individuals agencies companies and associations from across the APEC region. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY VII,EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, In support of the Women in Transporation WiT initiative of the Asia Pacific Economic. Cooperation APEC forum this document presents a framework for benchmarking and. tracking the participation and influence of women as transportation workers. entrepreneurs leaders and travelers Along with a set of illustrative best practices the. framework aims to inspire and inform opportunities to improve the rate at which women access. the transportation sector the conditions under which they work and travel and ultimately. their ability to contribute to economic growth and prosperity in the APEC region. Based on research and input from people and institutions involved in transportation worldwide the. WiT framework is made up of five key issues or pillars Figure 0 1 The first four pertain to. the career continuum of women in the sector education entry into the sector retention. and leadership The fifth access and use emphasizes tracking of women s experiences. needs and safety as passengers and travelers, Figure 0 1 The WiT Framework 5 Pillars and 18 Priority Outcomes.
The WiT framework links 18 desired outcomes defined through surveys of government and. transportation firms interviews expert consultations and desk research with activities that. economies firms and other institutions may undertake to achieve those outcomes. Awareness among girls and young women of careers in transportation and more first. steps toward those careers, Strengthened participation of girls and young women in secondary education and TVET. courses and programs that qualify them for careers and leadership in transportation. Greater opportunities and direction toward transportation careers in higher education. VIII APEC WOMEN IN TRANSPORTATION DATA FRAMEWORK AND BEST PRACTICES. Increased representation of women in transportation related apprenticeships. Entry into the Sector, Elimination of stereotypes and perceptions that dissuade women from seeking jobs in. transportation, Equality under law and formal eligibility and certification with respect to employment. Better recruitment and hiring practices, Enhanced opportunities for successful women s entrepreneurship in the sector. Equality of compensation between men and women, Flexibility in work conditions throughout the sector.
Workplace safety conditions that are responsive to and compatible with women s needs. Effective use of new technologies to improve conditions for women working in. transportation,Leadership, More investment in women s professional growth in the sector. Increased opportunities for women to become transportation leaders. Greater recognition of women as leaders in the sector. Access and Use, Improved data on women as transportation passengers and travelers. Meaningful integration of the views of women in the planning and investment phases of. building transportation systems, Evidence of tangible improvements in transportation safety conditions for women as. passengers, Following a full description of the data framework this report sets forth illustrations of how. economies may strengthen conditions for women in transportation increasing their overall. presence and influence This collection of best practices is intended to be dynamic and to grow. over time as additional experience is accumulated As economies agencies and firms recognize. how their efforts have contributed to the expansion of women in transportation they may. through the WiT Task Force share their experiences and lessons learned. The data framework challenges economies agencies and firms to commit to regular collection. of and sharing of data on women in transportation The framework identifies actions that can. strengthen the presence of women in the field along with metrics for tracking whether these. outcomes are achieved The proposed activities and metrics are drawn from a cross section of. experiences and perspectives about the best ways for increasing inclusion of women in. APEC Women in Transportation Data Framework and Best Practices Report Purpose Consideration Submitted by United States 9th Transportation Ministerial Meeting Cebu Philippines 8 10 October 2015 APEC WOMEN IN TRANSPORTATION DATA FRAMEWORK AND BEST PRACTICES REPORT October 2015 This publication was produced by Nathan Associates Inc for review by the United States Agency for International

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