Post Session Documents
  African climate platform  to Copenhagen. Key messages to ministers and heads of states and governments
(Africa’s Common Negotiation Position)
Categories
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  Gender and Climate Change
  Gender Strategies
  Regional Frameworks
  Training Manual
  Gender submissions to UNFCCC
  Civil Society
  Training Module on Gender and Climate Change
   
African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN)

Technical Session of AMCEN pre-COP 15  Meeting

Economic Impacts of Climate Change

African Coastal Zones and Climate Change
AUC-UNESCO
Review and Analysis of the LCA Negotiating Text in the Light of the Specific Circumstances of Africa
AMCEN Secretariat/UNECA

Kyoto Protocol: Update on Activities  of The Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties Under the KP.

Climate Change and Health
WHO

Draft Comprehensive Framework for climate change in Africa:  Programmes and Initiatives

Continental/ Sub-regional initiatives on population and development

Eastern Africa Sub-Regional Meeting on Climate Change
Financing Climate Resilient Development. A World Bank Perspective
Advancing Development Gains in the Trade, Climate Change and Development agenda
Reflections on African Positions / Programmes: What Bolts need to be fastened?
Disaster Risk Reduction as means of Climate Change Adaptation

Global Environment Facility (GEF)

National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA)
Benin
Burundi
Congo
Ethiopia
Mauritania    [Version française]
Uganda

Zambia

Gender and Climate Change
CC DARE: Climate Change and Development – Adapting by REducing Vulnerability
A Joint UNEP/UNDP Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa funded by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Gender and climate change: mapping the linkages. A scoping study on knowledge and gaps
DFID, BRIDGE
Gender and Climate Finance: Double Mainstreaming for Sustainable Development
Heinrich Böll Foundation North America
Gender and Climate Change Women Matter
UNECA
Gender Perspectives on the Conventions on Biodiversity, Climate Change and Desertification
FAO

Gender and Climate Adaptation
Oxfam GB

Gender Perspectives: Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction into Climate Change Adaptation. Good Practices and Lessons Learned
ISDR
Gender Equalityand Adaptation
WEDO, IUCN
Gender Perspectives on Climate Change
Commission on the Status of Women, Fifty-second session, New York, 25 February – 7 March 2008
Gender, climate change and adaptation. Introduction to the gender dimensions
genanet
CDM and LULUCF: what’s in it for women? A note for the Gender and Climate Change Network
TDG, University of Twente
Protocols, treaties and action: the ‘climate change process’ through gender spectacles
TDG, University of Twente
Resource Guide on Gender And Climate Change
UNDP
A Preliminary Stocktaking: Organisations and Projects focused on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa
UNEP
Unraveling the ‘Mountains of the Moon’. Rwenzori Range is a marvel of glacial peaks, wetlands and
lakes—and they are under threat from climate change
Is there a Gender Angle to the Climate Change Negotiations
UNEP
Gender and Adaptation Technical Paper Outline
Gender Strategies
UNEP Gender Plan of Action
Empowered and Equal, Gender Equality Strategy 2008–2011
UNDP
 
Regional Frameworks
Report of the ministerial segment of the special session on climate change of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment
African Ministerial Conference on the Environment, Special session on climate change, Ministerial segment
Nairobi, 29 May 2009

COMESA Position on Climate Change

Report of the Network of Women Ministers and Leaders for the Environment and United Nations Environment Programme high-level gender forum
Twenty-fifth session of the Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum, Nairobi, 16–20 February 2009
Report of the ministerial segment held from 10 to 12 June 2008
African Ministerial Conference on the Environment Twelfth session, Johannesburg, 10–12 June 2008

SADC – Southern Africa Development Community

Training Manual

Manuel de formation sur le genre et le changement climatique

Training Manual on Gender and Climate Change

 
Gender submissions to UNFCCC
Gender Mainstreaming and Beyond - 5 Steps Towards Gender-sensitive
Long-term Cooperation
Statement of the CEDAW Committee on Gender and Climate Change
CEDAW, 44th session, New York, 20 July – 7 August 2009
Views on possible improvements to emissions trading and the project-based mechanisms
WECF, Women in Europe for a Common Future, February 2009
Gender and Social Submissions for the Ad hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action (AWG-LCA)
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) on behalf of the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA)
Training of Trainers Workshop, Linking Gender and Climate Change
15 to 17, October 2009, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Agenda

Information Note [ Version française ]

Concept note [ Version française ]

Orientation session for delegates Linking gender and climate change [ Version française ]

Working group guide No. 1

 
Global Gender Climate Alliance (GGCA)

Considérations liées aux questions sexospécifiques et sociales dans le texte de négociation révisé du Groupe de travail spécial de l’action concertée à long terme (FCCC/AWGLCA/2009/INF.1)
Texte appuyé par l’Alliance internationale pour les femmes et le climat (GGCA)

Gender and Social Considerations in the AWG-LCA Revised Negotiating Text (FCCC/AWGLCA/2009/INF.1)
Text Supported by Global Gender Climate Alliance (GGCA)1

The Global Gender and Climate Alliance
Bringing Women to Global Climate Change Negotiationsand beyond

 
Civil Society

Statement to The Second Meeting of The African High Level Expert Panel on Climate Change, 21 – 23 October 2009, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
By Augustine Njamnishi, Pacja Representative, Central Africa

Communiqué During The Second Pre-AMCEN African Civil Society Consultative Workshop
19 – 20 October 2009, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

 
Training Module on Gender and Climate Change

Introduction

Manuel de formation sur le genre et le changement climatique
Un manuel de formation élaboré par: L’Alliance Internationale sur le Genre et le Climat

UNDP Opening Remarks for the Training of Trainers
Dr. Coumba Mar Gadio, Regional Gender Practice Leader
Linking Gender and Climate ChangeAddis Ababa, Ethiopia, 15 October

Opening speech by Dr Strike Mkandla, UNEP representative to the AU, ECA and Ethiopia

Moduel 1

The Ballad of Aisha and Akello. Conceptual Tools Related to Gender Equality and Equity

«  Genre  et  généralisation de l’analyse selon le genre »

Setting The Stage

Group Work

Examen du plan d’action sur l’égalité de sexe du PNUE Groupe 1

Termes de Référence Groupe 1

Rapport Groupe 2

Termes de Référence Groupe 2

Moduel 2
Les instruments juridiques internationaux: cadre de la généralisation de l’analyse selon le genre dans le CC
Le genre dans les Négociations: Statuts des négociations à la CNUCCC
International law instruments as a framework for mainstreaming gender in climate change
Définition des mots clefs utilisés dans la rédaction des traités
Group Work
Termes de Référence Groupe 1
Rapport Groupe 1
Protocole à la Cedef, 1999
Termes de Référence Groupe 2

Rapport Groupe 2

Objectifs stratégiques et mesures à prendre
Moduel 3
Vue d’ensemble des  problématiques Genre et  Changement Climatique
Linking Gender and Climate Change
Vue d’ensemble sur les questions Genre et  Changement Climatique
Moduel 4
Climate Change Adaptation
Analyse selon le genre dans les efforts d’adaptation  

Moduel 5

Gender-sensitive strategies for mitigation actions

Stratégie pour des actions d’atténuation sensibles au genre

Moduel 6
Technology, gender and climate change
Moduel 7
Gender and Climate Change Financing. Coming out of the Margins
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