Gender-Based Violence and Environment Linkages Center (GBV-ENV Center)
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The evidence is clear. It's time to act.
IUCN works with USAID and other partners to develop and promote targeted tools and strategies to address gender-based violence (GBV) and environment linkages. Subscribe for updates here, and share your news with us!
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On March 25th, AGENT will host the next event from this webinar series, which will focus on gender-based violence and climate change. If you would like to receive the invitation in mid-March, please be sure that you are subscribed to our mailing list.
In the news
Increasing awareness. Informing conversations.
The violence of inequality garnered coverage from more than 60 news articles in the first week of the report’s launch. Since then, this research and its coverage has inspired investments, investigations and actions, creating change every day.
See the most recent coverage:
The author reflects on international agreements on gender equality, the levels of gender-based violence in Pakistan and the impact of climate change. Additionally, she makes a call for cross-sectoral collaboration to address GBV, including in efforts to combat climate change, to achieve development goals.
This audio clip from Yale Climate Connections features Cate Owren, IUCN, discussing gender-based violence considerations for disaster planning as climate change continues to exacerbate environmental disasters and crises.
This reporting draws on an increasing body of research and experts are calling for a greater recognition of the link between gender equality and environmental protection, including IUCN’s study on gender-based violence and environment links.
The violence of inequality has not only been widely reported, but increased attention to gender-based violence and environment linkages continues to grow. Explore coverage on our study and related topics here:
Explore coverage from around the world on our study:
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