Stakeholder Type: Global Environment Facility (GEF)

Mother Earth and Resource Extraction (MERE) Hub

Digital resource hub developed for and in consultation with women land and water defenders who are at the forefront in the protection of the environment, in Canada and across the globe. The hub brings together a range of original and existing material to support research, advocacy, information sharing, and movement building around the subject of resource extraction and its gendered implications, including gender-based violence.

Politique actualisée sur les normes environnementales et sociales du Fonds pour l’Environnement Mondial (FEM)

La politique actualisée du Fonds pour l’environnement mondial (FEM) sur les normes de sauvegarde environnementales et sociales comprend des dispositions visant à combler les lacunes existantes, notamment en ce qui concerne les droits des peuples autochtones, les conditions de travail et d’emploi, et la violence basée sur le genre (VBG), y compris le harcèlement et les abus sexuels.

Política actualizada sobre salvaguardias ambientales y sociales del Fondo para el Medio Ambiente Mundial (FMAM)

Política actualizada del Fondo para el Medio Ambiente Mundial (FMAM) sobre Estándares de Salvaguardias Ambientales y Sociales que incluye disposiciones para abordar brechas existentes, incluyendo especialmente en relación a los derechos de los pueblos indígenas, las condiciones laborales y de trabajo, y la violencia de género, incluido el acoso y abuso sexual.

EGI: Women’s Participation in Global Environmental Decision Making factsheet

Women’s voice and agency are essential for the governance of natural resources because of their diverse experiences as farmers, fishers, household providers, and entrepreneurs. However, their perspectives are often unrecognized and their needs unmet in shaping and applying environmental policy. Ensuring that gender perspectives and women’s knowledge, needs, and capacities inform sound policy making is critical to achieving sustainable livelihoods and sustainable development. A key barrier to advancing gender equality in the policy arena has been a void in information, data, and measurement of women’s participation in environmental decision-making processes. The new EGI dataset helps to fill this knowledge gap.

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