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    Listening to women and girls diplaced to urban Afghanistan

    Norwegian Refugee Council, 2015
    Growing numbers of internally displaced people (IDPs) live  in  informal  settlements  in  major  Afghan  urban  centres.
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    Women-led agroforestry and improved cookstoves in Honduras Field evaluation of farmer-led gender-transformative strategies for low emissions agriculture

    Climate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2016
    This paper outlines the development of a women-led agroforestry and improved cookstoves project in Honduras. Analysis aims to contribute to learning for future projects, especially projects aiming to improve gender relations. The project intended to increase gender equity among smallholder farmers while reducing greenhouse gas emissions through agroforestry and fuel-efficient stoves.
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    Gender dynamics in rice-farming households in Vietnam: a literature review

    Climate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2016
    This literature review is part of the CCAFS program on low emission agriculture flagship of the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security.
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    Freedom, empowerment and opportunities: action plan for women's rights and gender equality in foreign and development policy 2016-2020

    Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2016
    The fundamental aim of Norway’s gender equality efforts is to increase the opportunities available to women and girls, promote their right to self-determination, and further their empowerment. This is crucial if girls, boys, women and men are to have equal rights and equal opportunities.
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    National action plan. Women, peace and security 2015-2018

    Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2015
    The adoption of UN Security Council resolution 1325 in 2000 was a groundbreaking event. The resolution recognised the disproportionate impact of conflict on women, the need to protect women from violence during conflicts, and the vital importance of women’s participation and the protection of women’s rights for international peace and security.
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    Integrating gender into climate change adaptation programs: a research and capacity needs assessment for Sub-Saharan Africa

    Climate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2016
    Research shows that paying attention to gender matters not only for the equity of climate change adaptation programs but also for their efficiency and effectiveness. Many organizations working to increase resilience to climate change with local communities also recognize the importance of gender yet the degree to which gender is integrated in project implementation is unclear.
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    Advancing gender equality in the post-2020 climate regime

    International Institute for Environment and Development, 2015
    Research and evidence show that women and men are vulnerable to climate change to varying degrees, and that they experience and respond to it in different ways. Policies and actions that overlook the gendered impacts of and responses to climate change yield inequitable outcomes and exacerbate existing gender inequalities.
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    Women wearing the masks of G8 leaders join climate change protest in Dhaka. Photo: Caroline Gluck/Oxfam. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

    The case for gender equality in climate change policy is shifting towards a more rights based approach.

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    CARE gender toolkit

    CARE International, 2016
    Gender and power analysis form a foundation from which to contribute toward a just and sustainable impact toward gender equality. This site by CARE International presents options and reflections on the analysis of gender and power. This is no 'how-to' guide, but a toolbox of methods with discussion on tried successes, struggles and lessons on gender analysis.
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    Gender roles in urban climate resilience: lessons from Hue, Vietnam

    International Institute for Environment and Development, 2016
    There is growing awareness in Southeast Asia about the significance of gender norms and roles in climate resilience. The expectations on, and responsibilities of, men and women differ due to differences in physical characteristics, and local physical, cultural and socio-economic conditions.

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