During the 25th meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the Women’s Caucus launched policy briefs and a policy recommendation to promote gender-sensitive biodiversity conservation. Target 23 Gender indicators Briefer: How to monitor… Read More »SBSTTA25: CBD Women’s Caucus Briefs to Promote Gender-sensitive Biodiversity Conservation
SBSTTA25 side event: How to Gender-Responsively Monitor the Implementation of the KM Global Biodiversity Framework?
SBSTTA25 side event led by CBD Women’s Caucus in collaboration with other organisations.
Highlights: Managing for Environmental Results and Transformational Change: Insights from the GEF Roundtable 9 discussion
At the 7th GEF Assembly, two parallel roundtable discussions were held on 25 August 2023. Mrinalini Rai represented Women4Biodiversity in one of the roundtable discussions titled, “Managing for Environmental Results and Transformational Change”.
Women4Biodiversity’s Programme Officer, Shruti Ajit reflects on her participation at the “Sub Regional Dialogue on National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plans in ASEAN and Timor Leste” that took place in August 2023 in The Philippines.
7th GEF Assembly Side Event: Financing and monitoring the gender-biodiversity nexus by UNCBD Women’s Caucus
UNCBD Women’s Caucus in collaboration with UNEP-WCMC, and GEF Gender Partnership will host a side event at the 7th GEF Assembly 2023 in Vancouver, Canada.
7th GEF Assembly 2023 Side Event: A “Win-Win” for Gender and Biodiversity — Transforming women’s rights and gender equality for achieving the goals and targets of Kunming Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework
Women4Biodiversity along with SwedBio and SCBD will be hosting a side-event at the 7th GEF Assembly 2023. Here are the details of the event.
Dare to Dream, Dare to Reimagine, Dare to Resist and Assert!: Reimagine HER Rights, A CBD COP 15 event
Women4Biodiversity organized a session called “Reimagine HER Rights” on 16 December 2022 at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Nature-Positive Pavilion as part of the CBD COP15.