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    Gender equality and women’s empowerment are matters of fundamental human rights and social justice, as well as prerequisite for sustainable development and achieving IUCN’s mission.

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    Advancing gender equality, including through women’s empowerment and valuing the unique knowledge, roles and capacities of all people, is key to effective, efficient, equitable and sustainable environmental solutions.

    IUCN champions a gender-responsive approach across its programme portfolio, identifying and overcoming gender gaps across sectors and at all levels, to enable better natural resource governance and conservation outcomes. 


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    • Desde la llegada del COVID-19 al continente americano, el proyecto Amazonía 2.0 vio afectadas sus actividades regulares y dise?ó un “Plan de Contingencia ante el COVID-19”. Desde la llegada del COVID-19 al continente americano, el proyecto Amazonía 2.0 vio afectadas sus actividades regulares y dise?ó un “Plan de Contingencia ante el COVID-19”. Photo: Eco Redd - Perú

      Luchando desde lo local: Amazonía 2.0 ante el COVID-19

      18.08.2020

      Amazonía 2.0 es un proyecto financiado por la Unión Europea y coordinado por la Oficina Regional de la UICN para América del Sur, implementado en 6 países de la cuenca amazónica. Su objetivo es la reducción de presiones y amenazas sobre los bosques, a través...

    • Rural and indigenous women are particularly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, Maya Q'eqchi women from Guatemala learn about further sanitation protocols while sharing ancestral knowledge of natural medicines found in their forests and family garden Rural and indigenous women are particularly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, Maya Q'eqchi women from Guatemala learn about further sanitation protocols while sharing ancestral knowledge of natural medicines found in their forests and family gardens. Las mujeres rurales e indígenas son particularmente impactadas por la pandemia de COVID-19. Aquí mujeres, Maya Q’eqchí de Guatemala aprenden sobre los protocolos de saneamiento, al mismo tiempo que comparten conocimientos ancestrales sobre las medicinas naturales que se encuentran en sus bosques y huertos familiares. Photo: Asociacion Ak′Tenamit

      Strengthening indigenous rights and leadership in the face of global challenges - COVID-19, climate change and environmental degradation

      07.08.2020

      Around the world, the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and deepened existing patterns of social inequality and vulnerability. In particular, indigenous peoples face disproportionate and severe impacts, reflecting long-standing disparities in...

    • The first ever Rupununi Indigenous Women’s Conference in Guyana. Photo: ? A.E. Boyer

      Addressing issues of gender and social inclusion in sustainable ecosystem management in Guyana (Part 4.2)

      23.06.2020

      Gender equality and women’s empowerment are matters of fundamental human rights and prerequisites to meeting sustainable development goals around the world.

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    Gender and Climate Change

    Among the world’s most pressing and complex challenges, climate change is not gender neutral. Over the last decade, tremendous progress has been made by the global community in recognising the differentiated causes and impacts of climate change and considering proactive, effective,...

    Quick reads

    Aimed at policy-makers and journalists, IUCN Issues Briefs provide key information on selected issues in a two-pager format.

    Gender-based violence and the environment - an IUCN Issues Brief Photo: IUCN

    Gender-based violence and the environment

    Evidence shows that there are direct links between environmental pressures and gender-based violence, and that the degradation of nature, competition over increasingly scarce resources and...
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    Gender and climate change

    Across societies the impacts of climate change affect women and men differently. Women are often responsible for gathering and producing food, collecting water and sourcing fuel for heating and...
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