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17 March 2017
Spanish

Enfoques y experiencias de género en procesos de REDD+ en América Latina: Lecciones de Chile, Ecuador, Panamá y Perú

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

Este documento busca recopilar las primeras experiencias de incorporación de la dimensión de género, sobre todo en cuanto a visión de las mujeres, su participación y empoderamiento, en el marco de las actividades de preparación para REDD+ del Programa ONU-REDD en Latinoamérica y el Caribe, así como en otros procesos de gobernanza forestal que brindan lecciones relevantes para el avance en la lucha contra la deforestación, la conservación y el manejo sostenible de los bosques.

20 January 2017
English

Technical Resource Series 4: UN-REDD Methodological Brief on Gender (also in FR and SP)

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

The UN-REDD Methodological Brief on Gender (2017) defines the approach of the UN-REDD Programme on gender equality and women's empowerment. Building on the UN-REDD's experiences, good practices and lessons learned and complementing the UN-REDD's existing guidance and tools on gender, the Methodological Brief is an action-oriented reference tool. It aims to provide guidance and entry points to UN-REDD partner countries and their support teams on how the Gender Approach detailed in the 2016 - 2020 UN-REDD Strategic Framework can be effectively operationalized and monitored.

The Brief is available on the Workspace in English, French, and Spanish. 

(For a low resolution version please see link here.)

12 April 2016
English
29 January 2016
English

Women’s Inclusion in REDD+ in The Philippines Lessons from Good Practices in Forest, and Other Natural Resources Management Sectors

uploaded by Jennifer Ferguson-Mitchell

The study is a part of the Joint Initiative of WOCAN, the UN-REDD Programme and USAID-funded LEAF Project to investigate practical entry points for women’s inclusion in Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) policies and practices. It explores the current status of policies and practices related to gender integration in forestry and other natural resource management sectors in Sri Lanka, and their relation to REDD+ initiatives. It briefly analyses the current policies and practices, indicating the gaps between policies and practice.  An effort is being made to identify the elements that prevent the inclusion of women in REDD+ in Sri Lanka, as well as the factors that enable their inclusion in policies and practices.

28 January 2016
Spanish

Informe Resumen de los Talleres de Genero y Empoderamiento de la Mujer para Estrategia Nacional REDD+ Panama

uploaded by Patricia Toquica

Experiencias de integración de género y en los procesos de consulta y participación de la Estrategia Nacional REDD+ Panama.

20 January 2016
English

Forests, climate change, and equity in Viet Nam: REDD+ equity challenges and solutions according to national stakeholders

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

Equity has featured prominently in international climate change discussions since the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992. Looking forward, equity is expected to be of even greater relevance in this year’s hoped for landmark climate agreement, to be finalized at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) remains a focal point of global debate at the intersection of forest and climate change policy. While the exact financing mechanism for REDD+ has yet to be determined, it is clear that demonstrating equity will be an essential part of accessing REDD+ payments and financing in the future.

At the national level, Viet Nam recognizes the importance of equity for ensuring an effective REDD+ framework. Therefore, this brief is designed to present key REDD+ equity challenges, as identified by national policy makers and stakeholders in Viet Nam, and potential solutions to address those challenges. By highlighting national equity priorities identified during a workshop held in advance of COP21, we aim to ensure that future capacity development efforts are directed where there is the greatest need and national buy-in. The priority equity issues identified in Viet Nam include: tenure and resource rights, access to information, and benefit sharing.

20 January 2016
English

Forests, climate change, and equity in Lao PDR: REDD+ equity challenges and solutions according to national stakeholders

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

Equity has featured prominently in international climate change discourse since the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992. Looking forward, equity is expected to be of even greater relevance in this year’s hoped for landmark climate agreement, to be finalized at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) remains central in global conversations at the intersection of forest and climate change policy. While the exact financing mechanism for REDD+ has yet to be determined, it is clear that demonstrating equity will be essential for accessing REDD+ financing in the future.

Lao PDR recognizes the importance of equity for ensuring an effective REDD+ framework. Therefore, this brief is designed to present key REDD+ equity challenges as identified by national policy makers and other stakeholders in Lao PDR and potential solutions to address those challenges. By highlighting national equity priorities identified during a workshop held in advance of COP21, we aim to ensure that future capacity development efforts are directed where there is the greatest need and national buy-in. Priority equity issues identified in Lao PDR include: benefit sharing, participation and decision making, and livelihoods.

20 January 2016
English

Forests, climate change, and equity in Cambodia: REDD+ equity challenges and solutions according to national stakeholders

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

Equity has featured prominently in international climate change discourse since the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992. Looking forward, equity is expected to be of even greater relevance in this year’s hoped for landmark climate agreement, to be finalized at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) remains a focal point of global debate at the intersection of forest and climate change policy. While the exact financing mechanism for REDD+ has yet to be determined, it is clear that demonstrating equity will be an essential part of accessing REDD+ payments and financing in the future.

At the national level, Cambodia recognizes the importance of equity for ensuring an effective REDD+ framework. Therefore, this brief is designed to present key REDD+ equity challenges as identified by national policy makers and other stakeholders in Cambodia and potential solutions to address those challenges. By highlighting national equity priorities identified during a workshop held in advance of COP21, we aim to ensure that future capacity development efforts are directed where there is the greatest need and national buy-in. Priority REDD+ and forest governance equity elements identified in Cambodia include: participation and decision-making, governance and regulations, and access to information.

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