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Online Session: Toward Gender-Responsive Ecosystem-Based Adaptation - Why it’s needed and how to get there

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The GIZ Global Project Mainstreaming EbA is pleased to invite you to the upcoming online session:

Toward Gender-Responsive Ecosystem-Based Adaptation - Why it’s needed and how to get there

Date: Thursday, July 22
Time: 3.00 - 4.00pm CEST

LINK TO ONLINE SESSION

Speakers will be:

  • Angie Dazé (Senior Policy Advisor and Lead, Gender Equality at the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)) on the topic of "Gender-responsive EbA – insights from a new publication" and
  • Manorama Sunuwar (Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Coordinator at CARE Nepal) on the topic of "Putting a gender-responsive approach to EbA into practice – an example from Nepal"

What to expect:
The session will explore how to put a gender-responsive approach to EbA into practice. Building blocks for gender-responsive EbA will be introduced, based on a knowledge product by GIZ and IISD which will be launched on the day. Following this, participants have the opportunity to learn from an on-the-ground case of gender-responsive EbA in Nepal. Interactive components will allow for the sharing of participants’ own experiences with the topic.

For any further information please get in touch with [email protected].

 

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2 - climate adaptation.

Hello, thank you for this great opportunity, this seems to be a very promising session! I would like to ask if the session will be recorded and shared later? I am recently working on gender equality in Europe from my home in Portugal and to tell the truth, I am a big fan of Angie Daze's work but I will be busy on July 22 and it would be such a pity to miss this session.

Thank you for your interest. The session will definitely be recorded and shared on adaptationcommunity.net after the event.