What constitutes gendered power relations
Who has what?
Access to resources (education, information, skills, income, employment, services, benefits, time, space, social capital etc.)
Who does what?
Division of labour within and beyond the household and everyday practices
How are values defined?
Social norms, ideologies, beliefs and perceptions
Rules and decision-making (both formal and informal)
How power is negotiated and changed
Critical consciousness, acknowledgement/lack of acknowledgment, agency/apathy, interests, historical and lived experiences, resistance or violence
Legal and policy status, institutionalisation within planning and programs, funding, accountability mechanisms