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Published in 2018
Source: Swedish International Development Agency (Sida)
This brief by Sida outlines an analytical framework that makes gender differences and power structures visible in environmental work and mobilising change acting on the basis of the analysis. A pre-requisite for achieving sustainable development is women and girls’ voice and agency: the right to interpret, influence and participate in environmental work on equal terms. […]
Source: United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
This report looks at gender inequalities as they relate to food and nutrition security and to the agriculture, energy, water, fisheries and forestry sectors in the Asia-Pacific region. It captures the key messages and policy lessons that could guide policymakers, private sector leaders and other actors involved in the gender and environmental arenas.
Source: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
This 2-page fact sheet highlights the effect of environment on women in particular poor women who are the more vulnerable by longstanding inequalities that silence their voices and neglect their needs. Thus it is important to identify and address women’s needs, as well as promoting women as decision makers, which are critical elements to ensure […]
Source: Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, Yale University
This publication highlights the global metrics for the environment, ranking country performance on high-priority environmental issues. The summary meant for policymakers contains a snapshot of the 2018 EPI’s framework and results. The complete methods, data, and results — including for individual countries — are available online at epi.yale.edu.
Source: United Nations Human Rights
This 2-page fact sheet by United Nations Human Rights (UNHR) outlines reports on homophobic and transphobic violence in all regions of the world, ranging from aggressive, sustained psychological bullying to physical assault, torture, kidnapping and targeted killings. Sexual violence has also been widely reported, including so-called “corrective” or “punitive” rape, in which men rape women […]
Source: ILGA Europe
The aim of this publication is to contribute to increased and better reporting of homophobic and transphobic incidents by providing tools and a methodology to document and report violence motivated by hatred against LGBT people in a systematic and factual manner. It is designed for LGBT and human rights organisations who intend to monitor the […]
Source: Plan International
This fact sheet highlights specifically on girls’ rights and that millions of girls continue to struggle to claim their rights. Despite the existence of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and Convention for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), international law overlooks girls, effectively rendering them invisible. Rarely […]
Source: The Human Rights and Equity Office, University of Guelph
Maintaining and promoting human dignity is a core value of the University of Guelph. The University is therefore committed to a campus free from discrimination. This booklet details the University’s position on discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Source: Huairou Commission - Women, Homes & Community
This report highlights insights from the Rural Women’s Empowerment Initiative which represent a rural women’s vision for rural transformation. The sections in the report are dedicated to three major themes that emerged around rural women’s priorities, followed by conclusions and recommendations. The first is the need to formalize rural women’s role in decision making processes. […]
Source: Transnational Institute
This paper attempts to deconstruct the ‘shrinking space’ narrative by explaining what it means and unpacks some of the problems inherent in the concept. It also considers who is most affected by ‘shrinking space’, and why; where the trend is headed; how it relates to the other dominant paradigms of the 21st century; and how […]