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Addressing gender and rights in forest and land use

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Watch the full presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k9uAb665k8&t=2853

Bimbika Sijapati Basnett, CIFOR's Social Scientist and Gender Coordinator, speaks about how the forestry sector can contribute towards combatting gender inequalities and enhancing the full enjoyment of human rights by women and girls, and the value of aligning the sector's work on gender and rights to the global framework on sustainable development.

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Addressing gender and rights in forest and land use

  1. 1. Bimbika Sijapati Basnett (with Markus Ihalainen, Steven Lawry, Manon Koningstein and Dian Ekowati) 22nd of May, 2017 Bogor, Indonesia ADDRESSING GENDER AND RIGHTS IN FOREST AND LAND USE
  2. 2. THE FORESTRY SECTOR HAS A LONG HISTORY OF ENGAGING WITH GENDER ISSUES Photo credits: 1. Angelo Juan Ramos (CIFOR) 2. Juan Carlos Huayllapuma (CIFOR) 3. Ollivier Girard (CIFOR) 4. CIFOR
  3. 3. GENDER EQUALITY – A GOAL IN ITSELF AND A PRECONDITION TO SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY Addressing structural inequalities, Access and control over productive resources, and participation in decision-making Sustainable and equitable management of terrestrial ecosystems Enhanced access to nutritious food Responsive, inclusive and participatory institutionsGender-responsive climate policy and action Full, productive and decent employment for all Equal opportunities and outcomes; responsible migration
  4. 4. CIFOR´S GLOBAL GENDER RESEARCH
  5. 5. 8 REASONS WHY GENDER MATTERS

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