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COP27

African Feminist Taskforce et Women and Gender Constituency. (2022). Défendons notre pouvoir:Revendications des femmes et des filles africaines pour la COP27.

 

COP26

Equality Fund. Des féministes des pays du sud aux décideurs et décideuses de la cop26 : Des changements radicaux pour la justice climatique.

Women and Gender Constituency. (2021). Demandes Clés pour la COP26.

 

Des publications

NAP Global Network (2021). La santé et les droits sexuels et reproductifs dans les processus de plans nationaux d’adaptation.

Women and Gender Constituency. (2019). Solutions Genre et Climat

Daze, A., et Church, C. (2019). Boîte à outils pour un processus d’élaboration et de mise en œuvre de plans nationaux d’adaptation (PNA) qui répond aux questions de genre

IUCN et GGCA. (2015). Des racines pour l’avenir : Situation actuelle et perspectives futures sur les questions de genre et de changement climatique.

UNDP. (2015). Guide pour la sensibilité au genre des communications nationales.

Aguilar, L. (2009). Manuel de formation sur le genre et le changement climatique

Nations Unies (1992). Convention-Cadre Des Nations Unies Sur Les Changements Climatiques.

Nations Unies (1992). Déclaration de Rio sur L'environnement et le Développement.

 

Anglais

COP27

Women and Gender Constituency. (2022). COP27: Demands for a Gender and Climate Just World.

Women and Gender Constituency. (2022). WGC Gap Review.

Care International. (2022). Care Position Paper for COP27.

Women and Gender Constituency. (2021). Issue Briefs:                    

Article 6 of the Paris Agreement | Climate-Induced Migration | Climate Justice and SRHR | False Solutions | Loss and Damage | Oceans

Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA). (2022). Climate finance is only effective when it is gender just. Read our Call to Action for COP27.

Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF). (2022). WECF at COP27

UNFCCC. (2022). In-session Dialogue on Gender Budgeting

UNFCCC. (2022). Joint dialogue LCIPP/GAP: Enhancing indigenous women climate leadership in the UNFCCC process

UNFCCC. (2022). SBI-SBSTA special event on the gender-related aspects of IPCC AR6

 

COP26

GAGGA (2021). Call to Action for Gender-Just Climate Finance.

Malala Fund. (2021). Change the Subject: How Leaders Can Take Action for Climate Education at COP26.

Plan International. (2021). Policy and Advocacy Brief: COP26.

Women and Gender Constituency. (2021). Issue Briefs:                    

Article 6 of the Paris Agreement | Climate-Induced Migration | Climate Justice and SRHR | False Solutions | Loss and Damage | Oceans

 

Des publications

Women and Gender Constituency. (2021). WGC Advocacy Brief: Gender-Responsive Nationally Determined Contributions

CARE. (2020). Report Card: Where is Gender Equality in National Climate Plans (NDCs)?

Dazé, A., and Denkens, J. (2020). Towards Gender-Responsive NAP Processes: Progress and Recommendations for the Way Forward

Granat, M. (2020). Spotlight on Gender in NDCs: An analysis of Parties’ instruments, plans and actions supporting integration of gender equality principles and practices.

Siegele, L. (2020). Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Updated and New Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).

United Nations Development Programme (2019). Gender and NDCs: Country Progress and Key Findings.

Huyer, S., Campbell, B. M., Hill, C., & Vermeulen, S. (2016). CCAFS Gender and Social Inclusion Strategy.

WEDO and GGCA. (2016). Gender and Climate Change: A Closer Look at Existing Evidence.

WEDO (2016). Gender and Climate Change: A Gender Analysis of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions.

Burns, B., Schiffer, A., Wu, B. (2016). Power for the People: Delivering on the Promise of the Decentralized, Community-Controlled Renewable Energy Access.

VSO. (2015). Women in Power: Beyond Access to Influence in a Post-2015 World.

Burns, B., Lee, A. (2015). Background Paper: Gender Mainstreaming Practices in the Context of Climate Responses

Jost, C. C., Ferdous, N., and Spicer, T.D. (2014). Gender and Inclusion Toolbox: Participatory Research in Climate Change and Agriculture.

WEDO (2014). Ensuring Women's Access and Influence on Climate Change Policy.

WEDO, GGCA. ENERGIA. (2013). Financing Mitigation: Exposing Gender Gaps in Financing Climate Change Mitigation -- and Proposing Solutions.

Burns, B. (2012). Women's Participation in UN Climate Negotiations, 2008-2012.

IUCN. (2012). The Art of Implementation: Gender Strategies Transforming National and Regional Climate Change Decision Making.

Gender Action, WEDO, Oxfam. (2011). Governing Climate Funds: What Will Work for Women?

Otzelberger, A. (2011). Gender-Responsive Strategies on Climate Change: Progress and Ways Forward for Donors.

 

 

Sites Internet

Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO): www.wedo.org

Women and Gender Constituency (WGC): www.womengenderclimate.org

UNFCCC, Gender and Climate Change Page: unfccc.int/topics/gender/gender-and-unfccc-topics

NAP Global Network Gender Page: http://napglobalnetwork.org/themes/gender/

Environment and Gender Information Platform (EGI): genderandenvironment.org/EGI/ (Français)

Gender-Responsive Climate Change Mitigation (ADB): gender-climate.iges.jp/

Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG): www.igwg.org/

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