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2604, 2019

Statement: feminist activists at Tunis Forum for Gender Equality outraged!

By | April 26th, 2019|Categories: Advocacy, Events, Gender equality, News, Press release, WECF|0 Comments

For immidiate release Tunis 26 April 2019   Mary (South Sudan) - We, the participants of the Tunis Forum for Gender Equality taking place in Tunis from April 24th to 26th 2019, have gathered to review the progress of the UN Security Council resolution1325 and the Beijing Platform for Action. A day before this Forum started, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 2467 in which it excludes references to sexual and reproductive health services for women having suffered sexual violence in the context of conflicts . We are jolted once again, and reminded that we have to stand firm in our fight for women's equal rights. We as feminists activists at the Forum, are appalled by the US position to refuse survivors of sexual violence the full support they need. Deema (Lebanon) - In 2019 it is unacceptable that a Security Council Resolution on Sexual Violence in Conflict is adopted, while omitting essential sexual and [...]

3101, 2019

The gender impact assessment and monitoring tool

By | January 31st, 2019|Categories: Gender Assessments, Gender equality, News, Online courses & tools, Trainings (ToT), WECF|0 Comments

This gender impact assessment and monitoring tool (GIM tool) has been developed in the framework of the Women2030 project, with the explicit objective of helping women and gender civil society organisations to implement the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with a particular focus on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5. The 2030 Agenda was built on the foundation of and expands upon the Millennium Development Goals by promoting sustainable development, human rights and gender equality in the economic, social and environmental realms. The aim of the tool (first part) is to provide Women2030 partners with a common understanding of how to assess gender issues within local, regional and national contexts, in order to create a sound basis of comparable data for the project Women2030 and laying the groundwork for gender just implementation of the SDGs. Furthermore, monitoring is an ongoing systematic process of assessing and measuring achievements towards the agreed-upon aspects of [...]

1412, 2018

Meet the Winners of the Gender Just Climate Solutions Award at COP24

By | December 14th, 2018|Categories: Advocacy, Climate, Events, Gender equality, News, Outreach, Press release, WECF, WMG|0 Comments

On the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we awarded Gender Just Climate Solutions Winners at the climate negotiations in Katowice, Poland Yesterday, on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we held our inagural Gender Just Climate Solutions Award and publication launch at the climate negotiations in Katowice, Poland. The IPCC report have made us all aware of that time is of the essence if we are to avoid future global warming rising to more than 1.5 degrees. It is in times like these we need to look at the sustainable solutions that are already out there, to support and scale up innovative initiatives that put equity and sustainability at heart. Our award winners are not only challenging the status quo, they are turning the system upside down.   TRANSFORMATIONAL SOLUTIONS WINNER Dorothee Lisenga (CFLEDD) Congo DRC: According to a 2016 study, 70% of women in the [...]

1112, 2018

A gloomy future for climate finance at COP24

By | December 11th, 2018|Categories: Advocacy, Climate, COP, GFC, News, Outreach|0 Comments

By Coraina de la Plaza, Global Forest Coalition Climate finance has again been one of the most sticky issues in international climate change negotiations this year. Since the signing of the Paris Agreement (PA) and well before it, there have been many words of goodwill and promises made to deliver the finance desperately needed in order to address the climate crisis. But most of these promises have gone with the wind. The second week of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties 24 (COP24) kicked off yesterday, in Katowice, Poland, but the text on finance is still too broad for the consideration of the Ministers that have arrived to take over the negotiations, and lacks clear ways of accounting for and providing the necessary information on climate finance. Michael Eckhart, Global Head of Environmental Finance, Citi Bank, suggests that investment bankers should take the lead on [...]

312, 2018

Forest Cover 57 – 1.5°C from a community perspective

By | December 3rd, 2018|Categories: Biodiversity, Climate, GFC, News, Outreach|0 Comments

Welcome to the 57th issue of Forest Cover, the Global Forest Coalition’s magazine. It provides a space for environmental justice activists from across the world to present their views on international forest-related policies. As governments congregate once more for a climate COP, this time in Katowice, Poland, Forest Cover 57 looks critically at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest assessment report on 1.5°C of global warming. It analyses what such a target means from a community perspective and makes the case for community conservation as an effective, safe and equitable way of removing carbon from the atmosphere. Through participatory community assessments, the Community Conservation Resilience Initiative (CCRI) has shown how rights-based approaches to conservation and forest restoration work in practice, and can be used as a model for global efforts to fight climate change. This issue makes the case that there are community-based, gender responsive alternatives to the technological, corporate-controlled [...]

911, 2018

Powerpoints of data collected for the gender assessments

By | November 9th, 2018|Categories: Advocacy, External news, Gender Assessments, Gender equality, News, Reports & studies|0 Comments

Women2030’s partners are monitoring the implementation of the SDGs and collect primary data thanks to questionnaires delivered and focus group discussions organized with community groups. The documents provide an overview of the community-based data collected by our partners as part of their gender assessment Summary of the data for W2030 Kyrgystan W2030 GA données collectées Togo 28.05 W2030 GA results ALBANIA 09052018 W2030 GA results KENYA 30072018 W2030 GA results MACEDONIA 09052018 W2030 GA results Tunisia 08082018 W2030 GA results MOLDOVAW2030 GA results ROMANIA

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