Nitya Rao describes her talk at Adaptation Futures, which focused on trying to better understand the implications of current mobility patterns on livelihood security and wellbeing, as well as gender and generational relations in Kenya.
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The Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) project invites you to attend the following webinar, happening in conjunction with the 62nd session on the Commission on the Status of Women, focusing on gender and the empowerment of rural women and girls.
How people experience and respond to risk varies, depending on factors like age, ethnicity, gender and class. These stunning infographics offer an easy-to-understand overview.
On the 14th March 2018, 12:00pm GMT, ASSAR held a webinar titled: Challenging assumptions about gender and climate adaptation: It’s not always what, or who, you think
Can working within existing structures lead to breakthroughs in gender equality? Daniel Morchain reflects on the contrast between points of view at the UN Commission on the Status of Women meetings in April, 2018.
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