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Course 1: Addressing gender equality in climate change adaptation and mitigation in agriculture









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    Introduction: Achieving gender equality in climate change and agrifood systems 2024
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    This course is addressed to anyone who wishes to learn how to effectively help in designing gender-transformative and gender-responsive policies related to agriculture and climate actions.It is focused on the most critical issues affecting gender equality and explains why they are important for building inclusive and sustainable agrifood systems. Its purpose is also to set the scene and provide key concepts, an overview, and key policy frameworks that will help you in the next course series.
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    Course 3: Gender-responsive budgeting for agriculture and climate policies 2024
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    This course aims to support parliamentarians in ensuring that adequate financial resources are allocated to achieve food security and gender equality. It is designed to equip parliamentarians with the knowledge and tools to effectively address the gender dimensions in budgeting and drive positive change as parliamentarians.
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    Gender equality and social inclusion for youth organizations
    Methodological guidelines
    2024
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    Youth networks and organizations of young farmers, producers and entrepreneurs play a central role as partners in development initiatives that target youth in rural and agrifood spaces. By understanding and applying gender‑transformative and socially inclusive approaches, youth organizations can become more equitable, accessible, impactful and pluralistic platforms that legitimately represent the heterogeneity of young people and amplify the voices of those most marginalized or those in situations of vulnerability. These guidelines are a practical tool for youth organizations to better understand gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) and their importance, offering a step-by-step methodology to self-assess main gaps and areas for improvement as the basis to embed inclusive approaches in their organizational practice.

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