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Enhancing Gender Visibility in Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change in the Caribbean: Country Assessment Report for The Commonwealth of DominicaUnited Nations Development Programme, 2009This country assessment on gender, climate change and disaster risk management in Dominica provides insight on the extent to which governance mechanisms for risk management effectively incorporate gender considerations.Document
Enhancing Gender Visibility in Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change in the Caribbean: Country Assessment Report for BelizeUnited Nations Development Programme, 2009This report presents the results of the Caribbean Risk Management Initiative (CRMI) study in Belize, which included a survey of institutions with responsibility for disaster risk management and gender affairs.DocumentCARE International, 2014CARE paper outlining their work on the 'double injustice' of gender and climate change, and identifying key areas that must be addressed.DocumentCARE International, 2014This briefing paper argues that gender inequality is one of the most widespread and persistent barriers to social justice and that climate change amplifies the risks faced by people who are already poor and marginalised, with widespread negative consequences primarily for women and girls, and for society as a whole.Document
Gender justice and climate justice: community-based strategies to increase women’s political agency in watershed management in times of climate changeYork University, 2011Women are one of the groups which are disproportionately affected by climate change in developing countries, especially in relation to culturally prescribed roles related to water management. Women are however, often un-represented in decision-making related to climate change.Document
The World Survey on the Role of Women in Development 2014: Gender Equality and Sustainable DevelopmentUN Women, 2014UN Women has launched the report of a five-yearly survey that demonstrates why gender equality must be at the centre of sustainable development. The report is well timed to link in with current global debates around the definition of the Sustainable Development Goals and the emergence of the post-2015 framework.DocumentInternational Water Management Institute, 2014Previous findings from IWMI’s research conducted in Madhubani, Bihar, India, and in Dhanusha and Morang of the Nepal Terai (Madhesh) were taken to substantiate previous literature on the region by showing how men and women are differentially affected by climate change.DocumentThe Women's Earth & Climate Action Network, 2014The Women's Climate Action Agenda argues for transformative change and analyses the root causes of the environmental destruction and social injustice and offers recommendations and alternative solutions to the climate crisis. These include that global climate change needs to be stopped and the rights of nature protected.DocumentSecretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme, 2014This paper focuses on the mainstreaming of gender into climate change adaptation at all levels in the Pacific islands region – from national policy to on-the-ground initiatives.DocumentThe Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment, 2014This interactive tool offers support in integrating gender equality in climate smart development. Via tabs you can easily navigate between policy cycle, recommendations, quick links etc. This allows you to find relevant information without having to read the whole document.