You will find resources below that will provide information on the status of women and girls in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and the United States.
Pittsburgh CEDAW Ordinance Passed Dec 6, 2016
The Women and Girls Foundation, in partnership with the Allegheny County Department of Human Services, has produced an in-depth report to explore the obstacles preventing more moms and kids from becoming economically secure.
Inequities Affecting Black Girls in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County
FISA Foundation, in partnership with the Heinz Endowments, commissioned Snapshot: Inequities Affecting Black Girls in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County to draw attention to alarming gender and racial disparities that Black girls in our region face.
Pittsburgh CEDAW Ordinance was introduced to City Council on October 25, 2016.
The Post Agenda (10:00 am) and Public Hearing (11:30 am) were held on November 15, 2015 Video for both of these events can be found at https://pittsburgh.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx . You will need to select the month “November” and scroll down to November 15, 2016, select the meeting, and then select “video” at the end of the row. Below are the rough timings for Speakers during the Post Agenda with names, titles, and their topics.
Pittsburgh for CEDAW Trifold Brochure:
Used through December 2016
2015 Pennsylvania Domestic Fatality Report
By the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Infant Mortality Rate Goes Down in Allegheny County, but Problems Persist by Jill Daly, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, March 29, 2016
Mayors Guide: Accelerating Gender Equality May 2016 by Its Time Network http://www.itstimenetwork.org/
And here’s a document I learned about when I met the author at this conference. She said she’s glad to be informed about Pittsburgh as another example, so I’m sure your work will be highlighted in future publications from the Columbia Law School program on Human Rights! (Showing that stuff is happening between the coasts!)
Human Rights Toolkit
This Human Rights Toolkit was prepared by the Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute for the International Rights Association of Official Human Rights Agencies. Under the auspices of the Human Rights Campaign at Home. Aug 2014
The Status of Women in the States 2015 report, published by Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR)
This provides data on seven issue areas affecting women and girls. It also provides a website with an interactive map showing the grade and rank for each of the 50 states based on data for many variables including race, ethnicity and gender.
By state: http://statusofwomendata.org/