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BLOG: Learnings on gender from the Congo Basin

As a human rights organisation, gender justice is a fundamental principle of our work, and we have long been conscious of, and sought to address, the barriers to effective participation in decision-making by women. This blog summarises some of the experiences and learnings from our fieldwork in the Congo Basin over the past 5 years, on how to improve women’s effective participation at the community level.

Sengwer Women of Embobut forest call for help

More than 22 times now, our community has been forcefully evicted from our ancestral land in Embobut forest, Cherangany Hills, by the Kenya Forest Service (KFS), a government agency that is supposed to be responsible for the protection of forests in the country.

Sengwer Women’s Experiences of Evictions

Since the 1960s, the Sengwer peoples of western Kenya have been experiencing forced evictions from their home in the name of conservation. Since 2014, these evictions have intensified.

Gender Equality and the Convention on Biological Diversity: A Compilation of Decision Text

The new publication by WEDO and the CBD Secretariat Gender Equality and the Convention on Biological Diversity: A Compilation of Decision Text compiles the gender-responsive language from all agreements in the history of the CBD. From preamble and shared vision text, to actionable language for programming and finance, the range of policy language has recognized that the integration of women's rights and gender equality issues into the