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Gender and Youth Perspective in Rural Areas (UY0122)



Action Plan: Uruguay Action Plan 2018-2020

Action Plan Cycle: 2018

Status: Active


Lead Institution: the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries (MGAP), Co-responsible: the Ministry of Social Development (MIDES) – the National Women's Institute (INMUJERES); the National Colonization Institute (INC); the National Youth Institute (INJU).

Support Institution(s): Inmujeres – Mides; INC; INJU – MIDES; Departmental Government of Canelones; MSP; National Sports Secretariat; MTSS. , CNFR; Red de Grupos de Mujeres Rurales; REAF.

Policy Areas

Gender, Marginalized Communities, Public Participation, Sustainable Development Goals

IRM Review

IRM Report: Uruguay Design Report 2018-2020

Starred: Pending IRM Review

Early Results: Pending IRM Review

Design i

Verifiable: Yes

Relevant to OGP Values: Access to Information , Civic Participation

Potential Impact:

Implementation i

Completion: Pending IRM Review


Gender and youth perspective in rural areas
Commitment start and end date: August 2018 to June 2020.
Institution or actor responsible for the implementation: the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture
and Fisheries (MGAP), Co-responsible: the Ministry of Social Development (MIDES) – the
National Women's Institute (INMUJERES); the National Colonization Institute (INC); the
National Youth Institute (INJU).
New commitment.
Theme: Rural development, Youth, Diversity – Gender
Commitment description
What is the commitment? To include the gender and youth sensitive perspectives in a
participatory manner into rural areas with the objective of
contributing to the production of an Agenda document on rural
women and youth containing needs, proposals and priorities; a
governance space geared towards monitoring and public-private
proposals; and an online environment of transparency and
accountability for performance.
The specific objectives are:
 To bring forward, disseminate and account for the
needs, proposals and priorities of rural youth and
 To develop spaces where rural women and youth can
influence government decisions and follow up on the
way in which progress is made regarding their
proposals and priorities.
 To draw up a document where the work methodology is
registered as a good practice to integrate the gender
and youth perspectives into public policies.
What is the problem that the
commitment will address?
The commitment focuses on the practical needs and strategic
interests of rural women and youth. National statistics show that
these populations are in conditions of inequality with respect to
their rural and urban peers. Generational and gender gaps exist in
rural areas, but there are also emerging gaps that reveal disparities
between rural women and youth and urban women and youth. In
response, this commitment seeks to identify the practical needs
and strategic interests of rural youth and women, and intends to
turn this identification into a public impact tool.
If inequality gaps exist, it is also necessary to point out that the
literature shows that these populations are somewhat invisible on
public agendas. The low demographic weight, the limited presence
of the State and the difficulties for social organization in contexts of
high geographic dispersion, undermine the public influence of
these populations.
How will the commitment
contribute to solving the problem?
This commitment aims to strengthen their capacities to influence
by focusing public interest on the agenda of these populations and
providing them with tools for dissemination, participation and
The existence of a systematized agenda helps to guide actions
taken by public agencies in relation to these populations, as well as
to break through the image that restricts rural development to
In turn, meetings and participation forums enable attendants to
organize themselves to influence and are conducive to agendas
being laid out as a set of demands and guidelines from civil
society, and specifically as an instrument of influence for rural
youth and women.
On the other hand, the orderly and systematic posting of the
relevant items on the agendas on a public platform for
accountability represents a strategy of democratization of
information and dissemination, a need especially felt in rural areas.
Finally, the systematization of the cross-cutting participatory
method seeks to draw on a good working practice, which may
serve as input for the multidisciplinary work of other State
OGP value to which this
commitment will contribute.
It contributes to accountability since it provides an online
environment where citizens can inform themselves on what has
been done and what is pending with regards to each theme of the
rural gender and youth agenda. It promotes citizen participation
since there are civil society participatory spaces designed together
with organizations and representatives of rural organizations in
both stages, the creation of the agenda and its monitoring.
Additional information
The development of this commitment directly aims at achieving:
 SDG 5 – Gender equality and SDG 10 – Reduce inequality within countries, and in particular
10.2. referred to reducing inequalities including by sex, age, area of residence. And through the
central themes of the agendas of youth and rural women, it aims at least to influence the SDG 2
(Health); 4 (Education); 8 (Decent work and economic growth).
 ENIG – The rural women agenda was linked to the development of the National Strategy on
Gender Equality and has been virtually included in the ENIG, so the advances in democratization
and realization of one, point to a section of the other.
 The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) -
Especially Article 14 referring to the conditions of rural women.
 Ibero-American Convention on the Rights of Youth – Especially articles 3 (Contribution of youth
to Human Rights) and 21 (Youth participation).
 Recommendation MERCOSUR/CMC/REC 02/11 on Rural Education.

Objectives and/or milestones
Description of objectives and/or milestones Start date End date
To establish in a participatory manner in the REAF Youth Group at a
National Meeting of Rural Youth an agenda for rural youth. Organized by:
To systematize the rural youth agenda. Undertaken by: DGDR – MGAP,
INJU - MIDES and INC, and the creation of a space for the follow-up of the
national rural youth agenda. Organized by: DGDR – MGAP, REAF, INJU
September 2018 June 2020
To arrange, in a participatory manner, a National Meeting of Rural Women
where a public activity intended to influence is carried out. Organized by:
de MUJERES RURALES (Network of Rural Women's Organizations),
To elaborate on the website of the Rural Women and Rural Youth Agenda
where progress is made visible. Undertaken by: ASIC – MGAP; Contents:
At least agencies who follow-up.
September 2018 October 2019
To systematize the Cross-cutting Participatory Method as an input for
replicating. Undertaken by: DGDR – MGAP.
September 2018 December 2018
Contact information
Name of the responsible person Horacio Servetti
Title, Department Director-General
Email address and phone number
Name(s) of responsible technician(s) Paula Florit / Verónica Sarli
Title, Department Development, Gender and Youth
Advisor at DGDR – MGAP/Assistant
in the area of development and
extension, responsible for youth
issues at the DGDR – MGAP
Email address and phone number
Other actors involved
State actors Inmujeres – Mides; INC; INJU –
MIDES; Departmental Government of
Canelones; MSP; National Sports
Secretariat; MTSS.
CSOs, private sector, multilateral organizations, working groups CNFR; Red de Grupos de Mujeres
Rurales; REAF.

IRM Midterm Status Summary

Equidad, desarrollo y ciudadanía

24. Mirada de género y juventud en el medio rural

Texto del compromiso como aparece en el plan de acción:

Incorporar la mirada de género y juventud de forma participativa en el medio rural teniendo como objetivo contribuir al desarrollo de un documento de agenda de las mujeres y los/as jóvenes rurales con necesidades, propuestas y prioridades; un espacio de gobernanza orientado al monitoreo y propuestas público – privado; y un ámbito online de transparencia y rendición de cuentas de lo actuado.  

Por su parte los objetivos específicos son:

  • Disponer, difundir y rendir cuentas de las necesidades, propuestas y prioridades de juventudes y mujeres rurales.
  • Desarrollar espacios donde las mujeres rurales y los/as jóvenes rurales, puedan influir en las decisiones gubernamentales y dar seguimiento a la forma como se avanza en torno a sus propuestas y prioridades.
  • Construir un documento donde quede registrada la metodología de trabajo, como una buena práctica para incorporar la perspectiva de género y juventud en políticas públicas.

Los hitos de este compromiso son:

  • Desarrollar participativamente en el Grupo de Jóvenes de REAF de un Encuentro Nacional de Juventudes Rurales orientado a la generación de una agenda de las juventudes rurales.
  • Sistematizar agenda de las juventudes rurales.
  • Generar de forma participativa un Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres Rurales donde se desarrolle una actividad pública de incidencia.
  • Desarrollar en la web de la Agenda de las Mujeres Rurales y de las juventudes rurales, donde se hagan visibles los avances.
  • Sistematizar la Metodología de Transversalización participativa como insumo para la replicación.

Nota editorial: El texto completo del compromiso se encuentra en el Cuarto Plan de Acción Nacional de Gobierno Abierto de Uruguay 2018-2020, disponible aquí:

Fecha de inicio: Agosto 2018             Fecha de término: Junio 2020

Contexto y objetivos

Las necesidades e intereses de mujeres y personas jóvenes rurales difieren en el contexto rural y con relación al ámbito urbano. Las estadísticas y estudios nacionales muestran que existen brechas generacionales y de género en el medio rural, y brechas que evidencian desigualdad de las mujeres rurales [97] y jóvenes rurales [98] frente a mujeres y jóvenes del contexto urbano. Además, los niveles de incidencia pública de las poblaciones del medio rural son menores por diversas razones: bajo peso demográfico, la menor llegada del Estado y las dificultades para la organización social en contextos de alta dispersión geográfica.

Un estudio realizado por la Oficina de Planeamiento y Presupuesto (OPP) en 2016 concluyó: “En los últimos años, las relaciones de género se están transformando y hoy es más visible la participación de las mujeres rurales en actividades productivas y en la toma de decisiones, pero aún se mantienen las principales inequidades entre mujeres y varones que viven en estos espacios” [99]. Algunas de las inequidades a las que se hace referencia son: la marcada división sexual del trabajo; las mujeres realizan una multiplicidad de tareas productivas, generalmente no remuneradas; se continúa adjudicando a los varones la responsabilidad del trabajo productivo y a las mujeres la responsabilidad de las tareas reproductivas; las mujeres rurales experimentan dificultades para el acceso y control de los principales factores de producción.

Por otra parte, un estudio del Instituto Nacional de la Juventud [100], muestra que la juventud rural conjuga dos situaciones polares en cuanto a la transición a la adultez: el calendario de transición de las jóvenes rurales es más temprano, mientras que en los varones es más tarde (también con relación al resto de los jóvenes). En el caso de la juventud rural, el enfoque de las transiciones se centra en el estudio de la ocurrencia de eventos que se identifican con los roles adultos: tener un hijo, formar un hogar o convivir en pareja. En cuanto al trabajo, también hay una realidad muy contrastante entre los jóvenes rurales, sean hombres o mujeres, inversa a la de la transición. En materia de integración educativa, la asistencia a centros educativos de la población joven rural también tiene una brecha por sexo. Durante el Encuentro Nacional de Jóvenes realizado en agosto de 2018, el Director de la Dirección General de Desarrollo Rural del MGAP explicó: “el tema juventud rural es muy diverso, heterogéneo”, porque “no hay una única juventud rural sino varias juventudes rurales” [101].

Para atender estas problemáticas, este compromiso propone una serie de acciones tendientes a fortalecer las capacidades de incidencia de las personas jóvenes y las mujeres del medio rural, posicionar sus agendas en el escenario público y generar herramientas de información y participación. Este es un compromiso nuevo cuyas acciones están a cargo del Ministerio de Ganadería, Agricultura y Pesca (MGAP), con otros organismos corresponsables: Ministerio de Desarrollo Social (MIDES), Instituto Nacional de Mujeres (INMUJERES), Instituto Nacional de Colonización (INC) e Instituto Nacional de Juventud (INJU).

En concreto, el compromiso propone generar de forma participativa las agendas para la juventud rural y las mujeres rurales y hacer disponible las agendas y las rendiciones en un sitio web, y generar un espacio público-privado de seguimiento, promoción y monitoreo del cumplimiento de las agendas. La metodología de transversalización participativa de la perspectiva de género, que el MGAP ha venido desarrollando desde 2015. será sistematizada durante el compromiso con miras a su replicación. [102].

Las acciones previstas son lo suficientemente específicas para que puedan ser verificadas objetivamente. Son relevantes al valor del acceso a la información ya que se dispondrá la información en un sitio web donde se visibilizarán las agendas de las mujeres y las personas jóvenes y a la participación ciudadana  y la rendición de cuentas ya que se generarán ámbitos para el desarrollo conjunto de las agendas y seguimiento de las políticas.. Estos ámbitos [103] serán mecanismos de seguimiento, espacio de encuentro entre sociedad civil y la institucionalidad pública, para priorizar, difundir y promover las agendas, así como discutir las formas de implementación de las políticas. Teniendo en cuenta el tipo de acciones a desarrollar en el compromiso y su alcance, se considera que compromiso tendrá un impacto potencial moderado. [104].

Siguientes pasos

El abordaje participativo de las demandas de las personas jóvenes y mujeres rurales reviste suma importancia para poder atender sus demandas reales. Para aumentar la ambición de este compromiso se recomienda incorporar mecanismos que puedan tener un alcance mayor y llegar a más personas. Asimismo, se recomienda generar las capacidades necesarias entre los grupos y organizaciones vinculados a estas temáticas para que puedan ejercer un efectivo control social y seguimiento de las políticas instauradas.

[97] Ver documento Diagnóstico prospectivo en brechas de género y su impacto en el desarrollo, OPP:
[99] OPP (2016) Diagnóstico prospectivo en brechas de género y su impacto en el desarrollo Mujeres rurales: Trabajo y acceso a recursos productivos, pág. 27:
[103] Espacio de Diálogo de Mujeres Rurales y Grupo de Juventud de REAF
[104] Con el objetivo de tener una visión desde la propia sociedad civil se consultó a la Red de Grupos de Mujeres Rurales, pero no se había obtenido respuesta al cierre de este informe.


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