Recherche :
 
recherche avancée

 

 

facebook Millennia2015 facebook
Millennia2015
Twitter @Millennia2015

@millennia2015

  #M2025

Infos
Register
Inscription

Think Tank
DataBase
Donate
Faites un don

 

 

 
Contenu de cette section :
 

Vous êtes ici :   Accueil   


 
04/12/2013 The Environment and Gender Index (EGI)

Author: Millennia2015

Source: IUCN

 

 

IUCN_environment_gender_index

 

   

The Environment and Gender Index (EGI)

IUCN

 

Extract from the preface

 

As with everything in life, there is a starting point—an “Aha” moment. I am often asked where we came up with the idea of developing the Environment and Gender Index (EGI). The origins of the EGI can be traced to the incredible country of Nepal. The EGI was born in the embrace of the Himalayas, which is host to the highest point on Earth, Mount Everest. Since 2010, we have been fostering groundbreaking national policy processes called Climate Change and Gender Action Plans, or ccGAPs. In February of 2012, we were developing such a GAP in Nepal.


One of the steps in developing these Action Plans is to provide the participants with an analysis of the international and national legal frameworks relevant to gender and sustainable development. For example we study the international agreements within the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), the United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP), the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), amongst others.

After the presentation of these mandates in Nepal, one of the participants posed a striking question:
“It is incredible to hear about all the mandates that, through the years, have been incorporated into these frameworks and conventions. But what has been the impact of such mandates for us, the women on the ground, for our communities? Can you tell us if there is a mechanism or a system to monitor their implementation? Does anyone follow how the countries are fulfilling these commitments?”


That was the “Aha” moment.

 

 

=> Direct link to the 153-page report here: http://static.squarespace.com/static/5149cacfe4b0de06a6f03976/t/528a81a2e4b086fe2a3ba5ff/1384808866294/The%20Environment%20and%20Gender%20Index%20-%202013%20Pilot%20-%20Preliminary%20Version%2014%20November%202013.pdf

 

 

===

Back/Retour => Via Millennia 2015

 

 

   
   
 

 

  Millennia2025 Woment and Innovation Foundation  

Millennia2025
Women and Innovation Foundation,
Public Utility Foundation

 

Fondation Millennia2025
Femmes et Innovation,
Fondation d'utilité publique

 

 

Institut Destrée - The Destree Institute

The Destree Institute, NGO official partner of
UNESCO (consultative status) and 
in Special consultative status with
the United Nations ECOSOC since 2012 

 

L'Institut Destrée, ONG partenaire officiel de
l'UNESCO (statut de consultation) et 
en statut consultatif spécial auprès de l'ECOSOC
des Nations Unies depuis 2012

 

 

UNESCO

Millennia2015
International conference,

with the patronage
of the UNESCO 

 

Conférence internationale
Millennia2015,

avec le patronage
de l'UNESCO

www.millennia2015.org    ©   Institut Destrée - The Destree Institute