This guide is primarily geared for project developers, managers and implementation staff, it provides information, tips and tools that can help conduct and apply the findings of gender analyses.
As donors begin to explore the links between environmental issues and GBV, “we can’t close our eyes” to the issue anymore. Experts say it’s time to tackle this endemic problem. See this Devex article on the GBV-ENV Center and RISE, including a deeper look at RISE grantee Conservation International and Promsex’s work in Peru.
This review showcases the achievements across AGENT’s portfolio throughout the year, with emphasis on better
understanding and addressing gender-based violence (GBV) and environmental linkages, advancing gender capacities in
geospatial data and science application, strengthening gender integration in sustainable fisheries programs, and tailoring
project-specific technical support.
Article on the need for gender-responsive environmental programming post-pandemic based on findings from IUCN publication on GBV and environment linkages. The author highlights the role of women in conservation, particularly in the Global South, and calls for the need to address GBV in the conservation field.
Designed primarily for government representatives, in-country facilitators and advisors, and Support Unit staff, this guide offers five steps to steer efforts towards enhancing gender equality considerations and to exemplify how gender tools and methodologies can be used to develop gender-responsive NDC action plans.
The Gender-Based Violence Area of Responsibility (GBV AoR) Helpdesk has produced this introductory learning brief on the links between GBV and climate change as a introduction to increase literacy for GBV actors as a first step to define interventions. The brief also presents innovative programming case studies for reducing GBV in climate-related emergencies.