AGENT (GECCO) Energy Webinar: Political economy as a tool for addressing gender in the energy sector
AGENT (GECCO*) Webinar: Political economy: A tool for addressing gender in the energy sector
This webinar recording, Political economy: A tool for addressing gender in the energy sector, is part of the AGENT (GECCO*) Energy Webinar Series. More information about the webinar’s content can be found here.
Links to the presentations can be found below:
- Political economy and gender mainstreaming in the energy sector with Andrew Barnett, The Policy Practice
- Gender equality, women’s rights and access to energy services with Katrine Danielsen, Royal Tropical Institute
- Women’s bargaining power and its implications for the energy sector with Dev Nathan, Visiting Professor, Institute for Human Development & Visiting Research Fellow, Duke University
This webinar is a joint collaboration between IUCN’s GECCO initiative* and ENERGIA. The Gender Equality for Climate Change Opportunities (GECCO) initiative is a five-year program launched by USAID and IUCN in 2014. GECCO’s overall goal is to leverage advancements in women’s empowerment and gender equality through, and for, the benefit of climate change and development outcomes.
*The former Gender Equality for Climate Change Opportunities (GECCO) initiative is now part of a broader program, Advancing Gender in the Environment (AGENT), which aims to improve development outcomes by strengthening environmental programing through gender integration and achieving gender equality outcomes.