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, Unlocking Women's Economic Empowerment
- Gender Action Plans and Planning, Gender Analysis, Integrating Gender in the Project Cycle
- Filling Knowledge and Data Gaps
- Addressing Masculinities, Addressing Traditional Barriers, Engaging Men and Boys, Male Engagement Strategies
- Building Gender Knowledge and Capacities, Good Practices
- Advancing Women's Participation and Leadership, Community, Networks, Women's Associations and Cooperatives
- Addressing Gender-Based Violence
- Accessing and Controlling Natural Resources, Decision Making, Gendered Work Burdens
- Academia, Civil Society, Donors and Funds, Government
- AGENT, GBV Center, IUCN