Women's Leadership

Leave No One Behind: Taking Action for Transformational Change on Women’s Economic Empowerment

This is the second report of the UNHigh-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment and stresses that building women’s economic empowerment must be done in ways that leaves nobody behind, particularly the most marginalized women at the bottom of the pyramid. The Panel lays out concrete actions for accelerating progress towards women’s full and equal economic participation.

Shaping the International Agenda: Raising Women's Voices in Intergovernmental Forums

This UNwomen publication aims to build knowledge on women’s representation in national delegations to meetings of the United Nations and of other international organizations’ governing bodies and their leadership roles in these meetings.

Power and Potential: A Comparative Analysis of National Laws and Regulations Concerning Women's Rights to Community Forests

This Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) report provides an unprecedented assessment of the status of developing countries’ legal frameworks regarding women’s community land rights, and whether states are meeting their obligations under national and international laws.

Leveraging Co-Benefits between Gender Equality and Climate Action for Sustainable Development

The UNWomen guidebook intends to help practitioners and stakeholders integrate gender equality considerations in climate projects and leverage co-benefits between gender equality and climate action for sustainable development.

Gender and Climate Change: A Closer Look at Existing Evidence

This report is designed to serve as a resource highlighting literature addressing a broad array of gender and climate issues affecting vulnerability and adaptation capacity. GGCA hopes that this review provides insights for advocates, policymakers, scholars, and members of the public who seek to understand and address gender-differentiated climate experiences.

Mobilising Women Farmers to Secure Land Rights in Uttar Pradesh

To improve access to land and resources for women farmers in Uttar Pradesh (UP), one of its focus states, Oxfam India conducted a study along with Gorakhpur Environmental Action Group (GEAG) in 2006.The study aimed to understand whether government schemes actually reached and benefitted women farmers. The study showed only 6 per cent women owned land, 2 per cent had access to credit and only 1 per cent had access to agriculture trainings.

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