Gender and Environment Resource Center
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Across the globe, Indigenous women are recognised as custodians of traditional knowledge systems, holding fundamental roles in their preservation and intergenerational transmission. See the story by IUCN today!
We put out a call for funding and technical support to address gender-based violence and environment linkages through the RISE grants challenge and you answered. Stay tuned on next steps and announcements related to winners and future calls for more grants in 2023.
Around the world Indigenous women and girls have an intrinsic relationship with Mother Earth and the Gender-Based Violence and Environment Linkages Center works to support their safety from GBV.
See this profile on Reama Naco and Ulai Baya who have been working in Fiji to support the government in developing the first-ever government-supported Feedback, Grievance, and Redress Mechanism addressing gender-based risks (FGRM+) within a national Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) program.
Investigate knowledge. See our latest tools.
Rising to the challenge: Driving gender-responsive and inclusive climate actions
Engaging men and boys to address gender-based violence in coastal biodiversity management
Navegando en nuestra masculinidad: Manual didáctico del facilitador sobre Masculinidades no Violentas en contextos de pesca sustentable en Centroamérica
Knowledge and action platforms
Gender equality. Environmental sustainability.
This site houses knowledge and action platforms that are designed to fill information gaps, promote learning, inform action and share the latest news and tools from key initiatives and partnerships.
A ten-year partnership between IUCN and USAID, AGENT increases the effectiveness of environment programming through robust gender integration and improves gender equality and women’s empowerment across environmental spheres.
Through AGENT and with other partners, IUCN strengthens awareness and capacities to address gender-based violence and environment linkages, critical to meeting interlinked global goals.
Under AGENT, IUCN works with USAID and partners to advance evidence-based approaches to strengthening women’s empowerment, access to finance and sustainable fisheries.
The knowledge and action platforms on this site are supported by a single, large library of curated resources on gender-environment topics. Explore the library – as well as our complete collection of visual data.