Webinar | Gender-Responsive National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes
How can countries make their NAP processes more gender-responsive?
Gender-responsive approaches go beyond sensitivity to the differences between women and men—they actively seek to promote gender equality. Applying this to the NAP process requires attention to gender throughout the iterative cycle of planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. It also means consideration of gender issues in the crosscutting dimensions, including institutional arrangements, capacity development and information sharing related to the NAP process.
Watch a recording of this webinar
The agenda of this NAP Global Network webinar was:
• Gender-responsive NAP processes: Introduction (Angie Dazé, IISD, NAP Global Network Secretariat)
• Gender-responsive stakeholder engagement and meaningful participation (Na-Hyeon Shin, GIZ)
• Interview with UnaMay Gordon, Principal Director, Climate Change Division, Jamaica's Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation
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