5 edition of Gender and Sustainable Development found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||United Nations Development Fund for Women (Corporate Author), Ana Maria Brasileiro (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
Women and girls, everywhere, must have equal rights and opportunity, and be able to live free of violence and discrimination. Women’s equality and empowerment is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, but also integral to all dimensions of inclusive and sustainable development. In short, all the SDGs depend on the achievement of Goal 5. "Women Reclaiming Sustainable Livelihoods is a timely, well-edited collection of essays that explores women's roles in, and relationship to, the sustainable development ne´e .
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UNDP research and publications. As one of the world’s largest multilateral development agencies, present in over countries and territories, UNDP is on the frontlines of anticipating, understanding and acting on today’s opportunities and risks. M.M. Shah, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, Sustainable Development. Sustainable development is defined as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” The concept of needs goes beyond simply material needs and includes values, relationships, freedom to think, act, .
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Operation and Development (OECD) to the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) and its cross-cutting work on gender. It aims to increase understanding of the role of women in maintaining the three pillars – economic, social and environmental – of sustainable development.
Table of Contents. Sustainable Development: A Gendered Pathways Approach Melissa Leach, Lyla Mehta and Preetha Prabhakaran ys towards Sustainability in the Context of Globalization: A Gendered Perspective on Growth, Macro Policy, and Employment Elissa Braunstein and Mimi Houston tion, Sustainable Development and Gender Equality.
Gender Equality and Sustainable Development calls for policies, investments and initiatives in sustainable development that recognize women’s knowledge, agency and decision-making as fundamental.
Four key sets of issues - work and industrial production; population and reproduction; food and agriculture, and water, sanitation and energy Cited by: Gender inequality and women’s empowerment are at the center of Sustainable Development Goals of following successes recorded in Millennium Development Goals ofby countries, which on the average achieved 50% target, more efforts are required to realize gender equality and sustainable development Agenda’s goals.
This book explains why research and analysis of African women’s experience ought to begin to be considered a core concern of the global Sustainable Development Goals agenda.
Researchers do so using a rich variety of case studies and empirical evidence. This open access book analyses the interplay of sustainable development and human rights from different perspectives including fight against poverty, health, gender equality, working conditions, climate change and the role of private actors.
Each aspect is addressed from a more human rights-focused angle and a development-policy angle. Women Reclaiming Sustainable Livelihoods: Spaces Lost and Spaces Gained. Wendy Harcourt (ed.) Women Reclaiming Sustainable Livelihoods is an edited volume of exciting contributions aimed at challenging the inequalities inherent in gender relations and livelihoods within the context of current economic development policy and agricultural and community practices.
The discussions leading up to the elaboration of a post development agenda and sustainable development goals, are good opportunities to include a gender perspective in the conceptualisation of the term sustainable development.
Achieving gender equity is critical to sustainable development. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by world leaders at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in September Encompassing everything from health to gender equality and education, the Goals will mobilize efforts around the world to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change.
Therefore, there is an increasing need to search for integrated solutions to make development more sustainable. The United Nations has acknowledged the problem and approved the “ Agenda for Sustainable Development”. On 1st Januarythe 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the Agenda officially came into force.
“Turning promises into action: Gender equality in the Agenda for Sustainable Development” provides a comprehensive and authoritative assessment of progress, gaps and challenges in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from a gender perspective.
The report monitors global and regional trends in achieving the SDGs for women. Books; Gender and Sustainable Development Gender and Sustainable Development Maximising the Economic, Social and Environmental Role of Women Sustainable development depends on maintaining long-term economic, social, and environmental capital.
In failing to make the best use of their female populations, most countries are underinvesting in the. Gender and Development: Concepts and Definitions Prepared for the Department for International Development (DFID) for its gender mainstreaming intranet resource by Hazel Reeves and Sally Baden February BRIDGE (development - gender) Institute of Development Studies University of Sussex Brighton BN1 9RE, UK Tel: +44 (0) From the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals: Shifts in purpose, concept, and politics of global goal setting for development.
Gender & Development, 24(1), 43 – DOI: / Google Scholar | Crossref. "This timely book provides innovative and exciting ideas for both scholars and policy makers, challenging dominant market-led development models. It shows how pathways to achieve sustainable development and gender equality can be built through women’s collective action at the grassroots and supportive public investment and services.".
equality, energy access and environmentally sustainable development. T r a i n i n g M a n u a l Introduction UNDP hopes that this manual will ‘demystify’ gender gender in development are in some ways magnified for UNDP staff working in the fields of environment and energy.
Since actions to address environment. Inequality, gender, and sustainable development: measuring feminist progress. Ginette Azcona & Antra Bhatt. Pages: Book Reviews. book review. Gender and Work in Global Value Chains: Capturing the Gains.
by Stephanie Barrientos, Cambridge, New York, and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press,pp., £ (hbk), $ Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.
There has been progress over. Largely unfettered by disciplinary dogma, Ester Boserup observed human–environment relationships through an expansive analytical lens. Her ideas on agricultural change, gender, and development shook up research and practice in the mids and early s and remain cogent half a century later for the development dimensions of sustainability.
Sustainable development require the active participation of all sectors of society and all types of people.
2nd UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference. With the Financing for Development conference in July, the Special Summit on Sustainable Development Goals in September, and the UN Climate Change Conference in December, we have the opportunity to integrate gender equality and women’s empowerment fully into the effort to promote sustainable development and fight climate change.As one of the Commonwealth Secretariat’s publications on gender mainstreaming in key development issues, this book will be of interest to those working to achieve gender equality, peace, democracy and sustainable development, particularly in situations of armed and other forms of conflict.the subject.
Lastly, many sustainable investors pay explicit attention to company performance on gender issues. Gender issues are a natural ingredient of sustainable entrepreneurship There are many definitions for ‘Sustainable Development’, which is also referred to as ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’.