Climate Policy Brief 12, November 2013
Integrating a Gender Perspective in Climate Change, Development Policy and the UNFCCC
This policy brief discusses the opportunities, challenges and constraints for integrating a gender perspective into global climate change policy as well as the current effort of gender mainstreaming in the UNFCCC. The brief is a companion piece to a previous note that explored the nature, content and implications of the Gender Decision made at COP 18, Doha, 2012.
The aim of this series on Gender & the UNFCCC is to enhance the understanding of developing countries’ climate policy decision-makers on the gender outcome from the Doha Climate Gateway and to offer some strategic pointers to support developing countries in the on-going negotiations on this matter.
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