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Author/Organization: Women4Biodiversity

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Women4Biodiversity has been working to advance gender considerations in the work of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, including co-convening the CBD Women’s Caucus to share, collect, contribute and engage in various deliberations in the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework (GBF) and the post-2020 Gender Plan of Action (GPA). We have brought together a collective recommendation in advancing a stand-alone gender target, Target 22, which is, as of this writing, gaining momentum for support.

This report discusses gender and environment linkages, women’s roles in biodiversity conservation, sustainable use and access and benefit sharing, international gender environment policy frameworks, gender considerations in the post-2020 GBF, and implementing the post-2020 GPA. It also lays out Women4Biodiversity’s advocacy roadmap to advance gender considerations in the post-2020 GBF, including reflective recommendations to incorporate collaborations with key partners in strengthening collective advocacy.

Women4Biodiversity has put this report together with funding support by WWF International. And, with further funding support from Sida through SwedBio, at Stockholm Resilience Centre, we are now embarking on a long advocacy campaign to strengthen the voices of women from the ground and create space for the diversity of its members to share, co-create and build collective actions. We envision the integration of a human rights-based approach for women’s rights, gender equality and the future of biodiversity in the GBF and GPA.

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Advancing Women’s Rights, Gender Equality and the Future of Biodiversity in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

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Promover los derechos de las mujeres, la igualdad de género y el futuro de la diversidad biológica en el marco mundial de la diversidad biológica posterior a 2020

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Pour la progression des droits des femmes, de l’égalité des genres et de l’avenir de la biodiversité dans le cadre mondial de la biodiversité pour l’après-2020

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