IUCN Global Gender Office

IUCN Global Gender Office
(1984; Washington; 16 staff; genderandenvironment.org)

The resource centre was founded upon the ICUN’s belief that gender equality is “an integral part of both conservation and sustainable development”. It contributes to the organisation’s mission providing innovative approaches, technical support, policy development and capacity building to a wide range of partners – including IUCN members, offices, commissions, and networks – ensuring gender equality is central to sustainable global environmental solutions.”



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