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Gender and inclusion in Forest Landscape Restoration

In this self-paced online course, you will learn the fundamentals of gender and social inclusion in forest landscapes restoration (FLR). The course focuses on gender inequalities, gender-differentiated impacts and opportunities to address inequalities for more equitable and sustainable FLR, to build the abilities and understanding of diverse stakeholders on the gender and FLR nexus.

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About this course

This course, developed by gender experts, compiles research, case studies and practical recommendations from leading institutions engaged in forest landscape restoration. The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive overview of gender and social inclusion and to build capacity for various stakeholders engaged in forest landscape restoration work.

This course is in partnership with:

Course highlights and outcomes

Course structure

The Basics: Gender Equality
  • Key gender terms and concepts
Forest Landscape Restoration and Gender
  • What are restoration and FLR?
  • FLR and gender
  • Key historic events related to gender and FLR in the international agenda
A Gender-Responsive Approach to FLR: Concepts and Safeguards
  • Conceptualising a gender responsive approach to FLR
A Gender-Responsive Approach to FLR: Decision-making and Distribution
  • Equitable decision-making
  • Equitable distribution of costs and benefits
Taking Action: Implementing Gender-Responsive FLR
  • Gender mainstreaming across the project cycle
  • Stakeholders

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