This tool was originally developed by IUCN through AGENT for a set of fisheries project partners in Southeast Asia at their request, following the results of a gender analysis process, to better understand and prioritize resources and action to tackle gender-based violence (GBV). Now modified and anonymized for broader awareness-raising and potential project guidance, this tool provides an array of specific interventions that environment programs, donors and practitioners could consider to strengthen attention to addressing GBV across environment-related contexts. As these interventions were originally identified for a specific project, any inspiration drawn or applications of this tool should ensure appropriate modification to respective contexts.
Strengthening safeguards: strategies for addressing gender-based violence in environmental projects
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- IUCN (2021). Strengthening safeguards: strategies for addressing gender-based violence in environmental projects. IUCN and USAID: Washington, D.C.
- Access to Finance, Accessing and Controlling Natural Resources, Addressing Gender-Based Violence, Addressing Masculinities, Addressing Traditional Barriers, Advancing Women's Participation and Leadership, Building Gender Knowledge and Capacities, Community, Decision Making, Engaging Men and Boys, Filling Knowledge and Data Gaps, Gender Action Plans and Planning, Gender Analysis, Gendered Work Burdens, Good Practices, Integrating Gender in the Project Cycle, Male Engagement Strategies, Networks, Unlocking Women's Economic Empowerment, Women's Associations and Cooperatives
- Academia, Civil Society, Donors and Funds, Government
- AGENT, GBV Center, IUCN