Do No Harm Guide: Collecting, Analyzing, and Reporting Gender and Sexual Orientation Data

This fifth guide of the Urban Institute’s Do No Harm Project explores the importance of recognizing and respecting the dignity and rights of LGBTQIA+ individuals, emphasizing the evolving understanding of gender and sexual orientation beyond binary definitions. It focuses on the challenges and best practices in collecting, analyzing, and communicating data related to gender, gender […]

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Gender-Exclusive CRVS Systems

Civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) systems impact people’s lives, and the aggregate data collected affects decisions made by a government on health policy issues. Through the civil registration process, individuals prove their identity and civil and marital status while governments gain the evidence base for making administrative decisions to impact diverse groups of individuals […]

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