An inside view: A Climate Change Gender Action Plan for a Caribbean Island By Christine Lacayo December 19, 2016 For the past few months, I’ve been working remotely with the DC-based International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Global Gender Office (GGO), supporting several different projects related to climate change and gender issues. Christine Lacayo, IUCN […]
GGO intern Jessica Lotts showcases what climate change means to her September 2016 In advance of IUCN’s World Conservation Congress in Hawaii, our intern Jessica Lotts created a short video about what climate change means to her. Check it out!
Fall Internship Opportunity August 19, 2016 IUCN Global Gender Office is seeking a Fall intern! The intern with be a current graduate student or have a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline, such as gender, sustainable development, environment, climate change, and/or the social sciences with outstanding written and oral communication skills in English and French. Responsibilities […]
By Barbara Clabots, IUCN Global Gender Office Intern July 2015 3 things I’ve learned at the IUCN Global Gender Office I’m currently a research intern for the Global Gender Office of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. I dove into gender studies while performing my graduate research at the University of Washington on […]
An inside view of GGO: Rebecca Snyder Greetings from New York! Having completed my first three weeks as a student in Columbia University’s MPA in Environmental Science and Policy program, I appreciate all I learned during my time as an intern at the Global Gender Office and the important work being carried out by the […]