Through its Cool Green Science platform, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) blogs about why and how gender-based violence is a conservation issue and provides insights and a new tool adapted for public use on taking a trauma-informed response as part of a broader effort to address GBV in conservation programs.
Why Gender-Based Violence Is a Conservation Issue
- Meg Bresnahan and Robyn James
- Bresnahan, M. and James, R. (2022) 'Gender-Based Violence Is a Conservation Issue: How Do We Respond?' The Nature Conservancy: Cool Green Science. Available at: https://blog.nature.org/science/2022/03/03/gender-based-violence-is-a-conservation-issue-how-do-we-respond/
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