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From Research to Action, leaf by leaf:
Getting gender right in the REDD+
SES
International
National
Local/Project
Building Bridges
Action
Research
Checklist
s
Motivation
It requests parties when developing
and implementing their national
strategies to address: drivers of
deforestation and fo...
2. Agrees that systems for
providing information on how the
safeguards referred to in appendix I
to decision 1/CP.16 are a...
Gender Blind
Gender Sensitive
Gender Transformative
Gender Responsive
Efficient, effective and equitable
REDD+ Programme
E...
Steps to capture the gender dimension of a REDD+
Programme
Analysis of gender differentiated use/access/control of forest
...
Comprehensive process that
considers:
• enabling conditions
• develops strategy
• implements actions
“TRIPLE YES”
PROCESS
...
Publication
BOOKLET 2
• Checklists
• How to use them
• Why to use them
CONTENT PROCESS
Gender Blind
Gender Sensitive
Gender Transformative
Gender Responsive
Countries have implemented all of the actions and do...
Muchas Gracias
facebook.com/WEDOworldwide
@WEDO_worldwide
Andrea Quesada
email andrea@wedo.org
Women’s Environment &
Devel...
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Getting gender right in REDD+ SES - Andrea Quesada-Aguilar (WEDO)

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Presentation on getting gender right in REDD+ SES by Andrea Quesada-Aguilar (WEDO) for a workshop on Gender and Environmental Change held by IIED in London, UK on 17-18 March 2014. For more info: http://iied.org/gender

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Getting gender right in REDD+ SES - Andrea Quesada-Aguilar (WEDO)

  1. 1. From Research to Action, leaf by leaf: Getting gender right in the REDD+ SES
  2. 2. International National Local/Project Building Bridges Action Research Checklist s
  3. 3. Motivation
  4. 4. It requests parties when developing and implementing their national strategies to address: drivers of deforestation and forest degradation, land tenure issues, forest governance issues, gender considerations and the safeguards ensuring the full and effective participation of relevant stakeholders, inter alia, indigenous peoples and local communities. In the Cancun Agreement (FCCC/CP/2010/7/Add.1 decision 1/CP.16 paragraph 72)
  5. 5. 2. Agrees that systems for providing information on how the safeguards referred to in appendix I to decision 1/CP.16 are addressed and respected should, taking into account national circumstances and respective capabilities, and recognizing national sovereignty and legislation, and relevant international obligations and agreements, and respecting gender considerations. Durban Outcomes (FCCC /CP/2011/9/Add.2)
  6. 6. Gender Blind Gender Sensitive Gender Transformative Gender Responsive Efficient, effective and equitable REDD+ Programme Effective, equitable, sustainable and just results. Challenges success of REDD+ programme and its safeguards Positive development outcomes and transformation of unequal gender relations
  7. 7. Steps to capture the gender dimension of a REDD+ Programme Analysis of gender differentiated use/access/control of forest resources and of the gender inequities Gender differentiated analysis of risks and opportunities Understand the current situation of the country Gender equality and women’s rights issues relevant to REDD+ Concrete suggestions to promote gender equality and women’s rights
  8. 8. Comprehensive process that considers: • enabling conditions • develops strategy • implements actions “TRIPLE YES” PROCESS The framework looks at the presence and strength of: • women’s networks (grassroots and professional); • gender sensitive policies and political willingness; and • technical capacities and knowledge among government and key stakeholders.
  9. 9. Publication BOOKLET 2 • Checklists • How to use them • Why to use them
  10. 10. CONTENT PROCESS
  11. 11. Gender Blind Gender Sensitive Gender Transformative Gender Responsive Countries have implemented all of the actions and do not have a score of inadequate in any of the actions Countries have implemented all of the actions, do not have a score of in adequate in any of the actions, and receive a score of good in at least 50% of the actions No Actions Not yet gender sensitive: Actions incomplete and/or numerous scores of inadequate Countries have implemented all of the actions and receive a score of good in at least 75% of the actions, with no scores of inadequate (1)
  12. 12. Muchas Gracias facebook.com/WEDOworldwide @WEDO_worldwide Andrea Quesada email andrea@wedo.org Women’s Environment & Development Organization 355 Lexington Avenue, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10017 T: 212-973-0325 F: 212-973- 0335 www.wedo.org

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