This summary gathers top considerations and recommendations from IUCN’s expansive study on Gender-based Violence and Environment Linkages: The Violence of Inequality. Published in this critical post-2020 period of environmental decision-making, and with less than a decade to meet targets of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, this summary is designed to support policymakers and implementers to address and respond to GBV and environment links.
Gender-based violence and environment linkages: summary for policy makers
- Castañeda Camey, I., Sabater, L., Owren, C. and Boyer, A.E. (2021). Gender-based violence and environment linkages: summary for policy makers. Wen, J. (ed.). Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. 25pp.
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