Gender Toolkit. Forest tenure pathways to gender equality: Steps for achieving accelerated change.
This training handbook accompanies the publication, Forest tenure pathways to gender equality: A practitioner’s guide. The approximately six-hour course sets out an approach to carrying out a situational gender analysis which will help course participants understand the gendered status of forest tenure and its governance in their national contexts. This work is aligned with step one of the three-step change pathway for gender equality in the Practitioner’s guide: Analyze.
The content of the handbook and its handouts are illustrative and can be tailored to different training requirements. For example, if the course is used for government staff or members of a non-governmental organization, the content and exercises can be adjusted to suit the knowledge background and interests of participants.
- Handbook A: Is there responsible gendered governance of forest tenure? Getting a clear picture
- Handbook B: Enabling change in forest tenure: Policy and law for gender equality
- Handbook C: Gender accelerators: Women and men leading the way on local forest tenure reform
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