Gender Mainstreaming: The systematic inclusion of gender conditions, priorities and needs in all policies, in the light of promoting gender equality. The mobilization of all general policies and measures, specifically aiming at the achievement of equality, actively and openly taking into account, in the planning phase, their consequences on the corresponding conditions of people's lives during the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the policies and these measures. The reorganization, improvement, evolution and assessment of decision-making processes with a gender perspective in all sectors and all actors involved in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies.

A basic condition is the systematic implementation of an action plan for the integration of the gender perspective in the culture of an organization and in its areas of action/policy, thus contributing to a strong organizational change. It implies the strengthening of political will at the local, national, regional and global levels. This is a way to make gender equality a concrete reality in people's lives that creates space for all individuals both in organizations and in other areas of public and private life.

Gender Budgeting / Gender-responsive Budgeting: Gender budgeting refers to the process of conceptualizing, planning, approving, executing, monitoring, analyzing and preparing budgets and audits with a gender dimension. It includes an analysis of public administration expenditures and revenues for women and girls relative to men and boys. Gender budgets are not separate budgets for women, as they are not intended to increase spending exclusively on special programs for women. The goal is for women, men and any person, regardless of how they identify their gender, to benefit equally from public spending.

Gender budgeting includes a range of instruments that monitor fiscal management and its effects on gender equality and challenge assumptions that public budgeting is gender neutral. This creates greater transparency and accountability by clarifying how money is actually spent. Therefore, gender responsive budgeting is a powerful concept that links gender equality with fiscal and economic policy and helps governments and local authorities to decide how to make, regulate and introduce new priorities. in their actions and policies.