Addressing gender-based violence, resource-based conflict, and climate change in Fiji
See this summary factsheet about the results under the Resilient, Inclusive, and Sustainable Environments (RISE) grants challege to integrate gender-based risks into Fiji's REDD+ Feedback Grievance Redress Mechanism.
Climate Change, Resource Conflict, and Gender-Based Violence
Read this ClimateLinks blog about how partners are working in Fiji to integrate gender-based risks into the country's REDD+ Feedback Grievance Redress Mechanism under the Resilient, Inclusive, and Sustainable Environments (RISE) grants challege.
Navegando en nuestra masculinidad: Manual didáctico del facilitador sobre Masculinidades no Violentas en contextos de pesca sustentable en Centroamérica
La Estrategia de género de El Proyecto Regional de Biodiversidad Costera se propone desarrollar acciones de apoyoa hombres de diversas edades a tener espacios de construcción demasculinidades no violentas que incidan en la eliminación de la violenciade género.
Adalberto, expert consultant on positive masculinities, has developed the facilitator’s training manual on nonviolent masculinities for sustainable fishing contexts in Central America for the Regional Coastal Biodiversity Project. He has also supported the application of his manual within the project.
Securing land rights and ending gender exclusion (SLEDGE) project
See the final report from Trocaire and its partners who worked to address gender-based violence and land rights in Uganda under the Resilient, Inclusive, and Sustainable Environments (RISE) grants challenge.
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