SRJS and Gender
Shared Resources, Joint Solutions (SRJS) is an expansive program that engages 16 countries across 9 regions to secure International Public Goods (IPGs) — focusing on water and food security and climate resilience — through a balance of short- and long-term social, economic and sustainability interests from civil society, governments and businesses.
Gender equality and inclusivity principles are key, cross-cutting goals of the SRJS program. IUCN GGO supports country partners through various technical advising and capacity building activities to ensure these principles are reflected in program interventions.
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Resources for country partners
The following are IUCN GGO publications that are intended to help guide partners in understanding the linkages between gender and climate change, planning interventions with a gender lens, implementing gender-responsive programs, and furthering global efforts on gender equality and women’s empowerment.
This tool is for SRJS country partners to establish a common understanding of gender equality and social inclusion terms and issues, ensure that gender equality and social inclusion principles trigger concrete actions and results; and recognize the value of a gender-responsive, socially inclusive approach to safeguarding IPGs.
This webinar, held in September 2016, intended to build the gender capacity of country partners and provide resources and guidance on developing an effective, inclusive and comprehensive gender analysis.
Toward Equity Series (Vol. 1 – 9)
This nine volume series offers concrete suggestions and recommendations for incorporating a gender equity perspective into every stage of the project cycle.
This methodology uses key questions to uncover gender gaps and issues at local, institutional and national levels, as well as gendered differences in the distribution of benefits, risks and opportunities.
This publication presents the latest research, data, strategies, results and recommendations for the way forward on gender and climate change across critically linked sectors. Roots for the Future was inspired by and updates the core content of the 2008 Gender and Climate Change Training Manual.
The Art of Implementation: Gender Strategies Transforming National and Regional Climate Change Decision Making
This publication shares IUCN’s experiences in developing the world’s first gender-responsive national strategies and roadmaps on climate change. Different sections outline steps and elements of creating a climate change gender action plan (ccGAP) or REDD+ roadmap; present principles behind the strategies and what has worked best; highlight detailed case studies that demonstrate the gender dimensions of climate change in different national contexts; and provide recommendations on how to move forward.