GES

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GESGaz à Effet de Serre (French: Greenhouse Gas Emissions)
GESGhana Education Service
GESGTN (Global Transportation Network) Exercise System
GESGeneral Santos, Philippines (Airport Code)
GESGeneral Estimates System (NHTSA)
GESGeography and Environmental Systems
GESGlobal Engineering Solutions (various locations)
GESGood Ecological Status (Water Framework Directive; EU)
GESGeology and Seismology (conference)
GESGoddard Earth Sciences (US NASA)
GESGender Equality Strategy (various locations)
GESGrid Energy Storage
GESGlobal Environmental Solutions
GESGas Extraction System (landfills)
GESGastric Emptying Scintigraphy (digestion)
GESGlobal Employer Services (various companies)
GESGigabit Ethernet Switch
GESGifted Education Specialist (various schools)
GESGround Earth Station
GESGovernment Economic Service (UK)
GESGrenada Elementary School (Grenada, California)
GESGender Equality Scheme (various organizations)
GESGlobal Enqueue Service (Oracle)
GESGreenbrook Elementary School
GESGyrotonic Expansion System (holistic health care)
GESGenetic Evaluation System (cattle breeding)
GESGeneric Exposure Scenario
GESGateway Earth Stations
GESGas Engineering Services
GESGlobal Information Grid (GIG) Enterprise Services
GESGlobal Edge Software (India)
GESGeneral Emergency Services
GESGeneral Education Subcommittee (various schools)
GESGlobal Engagement Summit (Northwestern University)
GESGoldeneye: Source (gaming)
GESGovernment Electronic Systems
GESGroupe d'Étude de la Scoliose
GESGlobal Enrollment System (US Department of Homeland Security)
GESGazelle Elementary School (Gazelle, California)
GESGemini Earth Station (Hughes)
GESGeneric Equipment Simulator (semiconductors)
GESGround Engineering System
GESGeneral Expenditure Statistics (UK)
GESGoliath Edison Screw (type of cap on electric light bulb)
GESGlobal Economic Strategy (various locations)
GESGeneric Environmental Statement
GESGIG (Global Information Grid) Enterprise Services (US DoD)
GESGet Event Status
GESGeneralized Evolutionary Spectrum
GESGeneralized Electrical Susceptibility
GESGreentown Elementary School (North Canton, OH City Schools)
GESGeneral Engineering Manual
GESGTN (Global Transportation Network) Exercise Support (Ustranscom)
GESGeographical Exploration Systems
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In the next European Parliament, we will promote a binding EU gender equality strategy.
It was informed that BMGF launched its Gender Equality Strategy in November, 2017.
First, our new gender equality strategy will seek to link women to markets.
Such measures should be part of a larger gender equality strategy, addressing issues across the board including women's economic empowerment, violence against women and gender stereotypes, as gender balance cannot be reached in decision-making if other areas of life remain fundamentally unbalanced, the study concluded.
The new World Bank Group Gender Equality Strategy 2016-2023 calls for investment in prevention of and response to gender-based violence across a range of sectors.
These policies deal with two of the priorities set in the Gender Equality Strategy, the economic independence of women and the equal pay for equal work and work of equal value.
Second, although not readily apparent by the excerpted text, sex workers are almost entirely left out of the gender equality strategy, appearing only once in the annex.
The political text, meant to accompany the European Commission's gender equality strategy 2010-2015, encourages for the first time member states and the Union to take measures to boost prevention of violence against women and protection of victims, and to stress the role of men and boys in eradicating violence against women.
The document, intended to accompany the European Commission's gender equality strategy for 2010-2015, will not elicit great hopes among the organisations working to promote gender equality in the light of the "limited impact of its predecessors," as the European Women's Lobby described it.