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Gender Justice and Forests

“They are only interested in soy”: how peasant and indigenous women in Paraguay are organising to survive the twin threats of industrial agriculture and climate change

11 Sep, 2019

With world leaders gathering once again at UN Headquarters in New York, this time for the Climate Action Summit, this photo essay highlights the stark contrast between profit-driven, biodiversity-destroying, carbon-intensive and toxic agribusiness, and the efforts of women in Paraguay to provide healthy and safe food for their communities. Devastating fires across South America’s fragile forests have put the spotlight on the impacts of a growing and emboldened livestock and feedstock sector, which is hungry for land and unburdened by …

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#women2030 Media Training Toolkit

21 Mar, 2017

If you need to know more about how to communicate your campaign to others, this Media Training Toolkit will help you. It introduces basic ‘need to know’ information about telling…

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Sustainable Development Goals and Gender

8 Mar, 2017

This international Women’s Day, GFC joins in solidarity with partners and women’s groups to defend women’s rights and gender equality worldwide. We also acknowledge that with recent times women still…

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