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Analysis of Gender Equality and Sustainable Environmental Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

UN Environment/OCHA Joint Unit

29 Nov 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
29 Nov 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
The volunteer will support the collection of information about: Gaps in gender and environment issues in the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region; Bibliography and available tools on the gender and environment nexus; Successful policy and project experiences (gender and environment), including the mapping of the Interagency gender group. The volunteer will support the elaboration of an analytical document and a ppt presentation showing the findings and recommendations. This document and presentation will be presented to the Technical Comittee of the Forum of LAC Ministers of Environment. Volunteers will receive due credit for their contributions.
Gender equality and the advancement of women
Regional mechanisms such as the "Regional ministerial fora on environment" influence global as well as national priorities related to the environment and the SDGs. During the XXI Forum of Ministers of Environment (October 2018), it was agreed to launch an initiative to consider the gender perspective as a significant variable for the regional implementation of SDGs. More information available at: . UN Environment will provide specific inputs to this initiative, aiming to integrate the gender and environment nexus into their discussion. The volunteer will support this analysis, and contribute to elaborating the recommendations towards "Gender Equality in Advancing Sustainable Environmental Development in Latin America and the Caribbean"
Volunteers: 2 needed
11-20 hours per week / 14 weeks
Good analytical skills; Good communicational skills; Teamwork: working collaboratively with colleagues to achieve goals; Planning and organization: using time efficiently; Knowledge of the Latin America and the Caribbean context, in terms of social inclusion and environment; University degree is required; Fluency in English and Spanish to research relevant Spanish documents.
Latin America and the Caribbean
English, Spanish

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