A new CCAFS Info Note is published, “Gender and International Climate Policy: An analysis of progress in gender equality at COP21” by Sophia Huyer.
The National Assessment for Mexico will be launched on April 29, 2016 atGender Summit 8 in Mexico. A plenary panel on Participation of women and girls in science and technology education will be led by Dr. Judith Zubieta, author of the study, along with WISAT Executive Director Sophia Huyer and GenderInSITE Director Alice Abreu.
WISAT has recently ratified a new partnership with the CGIAR Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Programme (CCAFS). CCAFS brings together the science and expertise of CGIAR and partners to catalyse positive change towards climate-smart agriculture, food systems and landscapes.