This is the recording of a GLOW webinar in two parts, on the topic of 'National leadership and feminist networks: two entry points for promoting gender equality in low-carbon, climate-resilient development. Insights from the African continent and Brazil.'
The Bhujel women, belonging to a migrant community in Nepal with high poverty levels, have transformed their relationship with the local natural resource base through a GLOW-funded project and its creative approach.
This policy brief reviews how well women’s economic empowerment and low-carbon transitions are integrated in theory and in practice. It provides key recommendations for governments, international financial institutions and research funders.
This event at CSW66 explored the opportunities for government spending plans to promote gender equality and environmental sustainability.
Spending plans for Covid-19 economic recovery provide a major opportunity to promote gender equality and environmental sustainability.
This initiative seeks to synthesise knowledge from across the programme, support peer learning among the projects and engage relevant international audiences with the findings.