SBI Gender in-session workshop - Part 1

Differentiated impacts of climate change and gender-responsive climate policy and action

Opening and welcome

Session I: The why and how of sex-disaggregated data in identifiying differentiated impacts and informing climate policy and action

  • Ms. Lorena Aguilar, IUCN: Efforts to enhance gender statistics and indicators in the context of Agenda 2030
  • Mr. Markus Ihalainen, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR-CIGAR): Sex-disaggregated data in relation to policy and action on REDD+, forests, trees and agroforestry
  • Ms. Verona Collantes, UN Women: Turning promises into action: gender equality in the 2030 Agender for Sustainable Development
  • Ms Liva Kaugure, FAO: Role of sex-disaggregated data in identifying differentiated impacts and informing policy and actions

Session II: Gender analysis and budgeting as the foundation of gender-responsive climate policy and action

  • Ms. Pavlina Zdraveva, UNDP, Macedonia: Gender anlaysis in climate policy and planning
  • Mr. Elias Abourizk, Canada: Gender budgeting in climate policy
  • Ms. Jeniffer Collado, Dominican Republic: ccGAPs, gender analysis and the Dominican Republic's NDC
  • Ms. Gotelind Alber, Gender CC: Gender Impact Assessment and the Gender Assessment and Monitoring of Mitigation and Adaptation (GAMMA) method: experiences from India, Indonesia, South Africa and Germany

Session III: Governance and coordination mechanisms to facilitate gender-responsive climate policy and action

  • Ms. Diann Black-Layne, Antigua and Barbuda: Local community engagement in climate policy development
  • Mr. Antwi-Boasiako Amoah, Ghana: Coordination for gender-responsive NDCs