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FileLearning Circle: Gender and Climate Change, CSW56, 2012
Nearly 150 participants joined in the Learning Circles on Gender and Climate co-hosted by the GGCA at the CSW56 in New York, 5 March 2012
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FileReport on Training Course on Gender, Adaptation to Climate Change, and IWRM (2011)
For the four days from 25th to 28th July 2011, thirty two participants from different parts of Sudan came together in Khartoum to take part in a course: Gender, Adaptation to Climate Change and Water Resources Management (IWRM). The course was organized by the Development Studies and Research Institute (DSRI), University of Khartoum, in collaboration with Nile IWRM-Net and with support from UNDP/Cap-Net.
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This key issues guide is based on BRIDGE’s two year Gender and Climate Change Programme, which was run in collaboration with partners based in Paraguay, Nigeria, Kenya, India, Colombia and Germany – and a global community of practice. The website presents some key gender and climate issues.
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FileManila Declaration for Global Action on Gender in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction, 2008
Manila, Philippines 22 October 2008
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Cartoon booklets on gender and water (2009)
Together with the famous Brazilian artist Ziraldo Alves Pinto, GWA has developed four booklets about gender and water, specifically targeted at school children and illiterate people.
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GWA speaks on gender issues at Water Day 2009 in Barcelona
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GWA contributes to quilt against climate change, 2009
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IIAS-DPRI International Forum, September 2007: Coping with Disasters: Global Challenges for the 21st century and Beyond
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Cartoon booklets on gender and water speak to people all over the world
Source Bulletin May 2009
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FileGender, Water and Climate Change (2009)
Climate change is a reality, and poses a serious long term threat to society and to the environment. Water is particularly threatened by climate change. With rising temperatures, changes in runoff patterns and increased water evaporation, climate change will greatly affect the distribution of the world’s water and the timing of flows. Such challenges of climate change are not gender neutral. Women and men have different vulnerability and capacity to adapt to climate impacts due to differing roles, opportunities, and access to resources. This folder gives an overview of key challenges and concludes with recommendations for policy and practice.
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