Call for Case Studies – Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and the Environment

CALL FOR CASE STUDIES–
GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE (GBV) AND THE ENVIRONMENT

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Global Gender Office, in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is inviting case studies as inputs to fill a critical knowledge gap on the linkages between environmental issues and gender-based violence (GBV).

We seek to collect initiatives and cases from international organizations, civil society organizations (national and international), indigenous peoples’ organizations, academia, and other relevant actors who have experience directly or indirectly on the intersections between GBV —including documentation, prevention and response— and environmental issues.

This call for case studies will be open until April 25th.

We deeply thank you for your support.

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CONVOCATORIA PARA ESTUDIOS DE CASO –
VIOLENCIA BASADA EN G
ÉNERO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

La Oficina Global de Género de la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (UICN), en colaboración con la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (USAID), invita a presentar estudios de caso que contribuyan a fortalecer el conocimiento crítico sobre violencia basada en género  y medio ambiente.

Buscamos recopilar iniciativas y casos documentados por organismos internacionales, organizaciones de la sociedad civil (nacionales e internacionales), organizaciones de mujeres, organizaciones de pueblos indígenas, instituciones académicas y otros actores relevantes que tengan experiencias directas o indirectas en las intersecciones entre la violencia basada en género -incluyendo documentación, prevención y respuesta- y las cuestiones ambientales.

Esta convocatoria para estudios de caso estará abierta hasta el 25 de Abril.

Agradecemos profundamente su apoyo.

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APPEL D’ETUDES DE CAS–
LA VIOLENCE BASEE SUR LE GENRE (VBG) ET L’ENVIRONMENT

L’Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature (UICN), en collaboration avec l’Agence américaine pour le développement international (USAID), invite à présenter des études de cas en tant qu’intrants pour combler un déficit de connaissances critique sur les liens entre les problèmes environnementaux et la violence basée sur le genre (VBG).

Nous cherchons à recueillir des cas d’organisations internationales, de la société civile, peuples autochtones, défenseurs des droits de l’homme, d’universitaires et d’autres acteurs qui ont de l’expérience directement ou indirectement dans les articulations entre la violence basée sur le genre – y compris la documentation, la prévention et la réponse – et les problèmes environnementaux.

Cet appel d’études de cas sera ouvert jusqu’au 25 Avril.

Nous apprécions profondément votre soutien.

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Advancing Gender in the Environment (AGENT) is a ten-year Public International Organization (PIO) grant to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) that was established in 2014 and is managed by the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment’s (E3) Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment. The purpose of the grant is to increase the effectiveness of USAID’s environment programing through the robust integration of gender considerations, improving gender equality and women’s empowerment outcomes in a broad range of environmental sectors.

AGENT provides an array of support for national, regional and global environmental activities to advance women’s empowerment and gender equality. AGENT’s support is designed to complement existing or emerging USAID environmental efforts. AGENT broadens the reach of technical support, builds evidence for gender integration throughout environmental sectors, fills critical information gaps, and develops targeted resources and tools that can be directly applied in Agency programs, training and communications.

The information provided here is not official U.S. Government information and does not represent the views or positions of the U.S. Agency for International Development or the U.S. Government.