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効果的に持続可能な環境保全の成果を生むために、ジェンダーの主流化について関心が高まっています。コミュニティにおける女性と男性がどのように自然を利用しているか、 男性と女性の明確な役割と責任の違いを理解することは、コミュニティを支援しながら、保全活動を成功させる上でとても重要です。


ジェンダー問題は同時に、社会文化的状況、プロジェクトのタイプ、取り組む課題など様々な要因から、非常に難しい課題であることも事実です。コンサベーション・インターナショナル・ジャパンでは、地球環境ファシリティ(GEF)の支援を受けて、世界10か国で環境保全プロジェクトを実施する中で、知識の創出、コミュニティの能力構築にも取り組んでいますが、その流れで今年9月、アジア太平洋地域シニア・プロジェクト・コーディネーターで自然資源管理とジェンダー問題について経験が豊富なホイットニー・アンダーソンが来日し、ジェンダーの主流化をテーマにしたワークショップを開催することとなりました。 ジェンダーに関する現場での最前線の事例を踏まえたワークショップの開催は大変貴重です。ご関心のあるかたは、下記メールアドレスまでお問い合わせ下さい。
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■GEF-Satoyamaプロジェクト・ジェンダー主流化ワークショップ
日時:2017年9月6日 10:30(開場10:00)~18:00
   2017年9月7日 10:00~16:30 ※原則、両日参加願います
会場:地球環境パートナーシッププラザ(GEOC)/東京都渋谷区神宮前5-53-70 国連大学ビル1F 費用:無料
言語:英語
主催:コンサベーション・インターナショナル・ジャパン
締切:8月25日(金)

【プログラム】
■Day 1 (September 6): Introduction to Gender

10:00
Registration

10:30 ”Introduction to the workshop"
• Country director/leadership welcome
• Backgorund, Purpose and expectations of workshop
• Purpose, expectations & overview of workshop (write brief agenda on flipchart)
 o Outcome: entry points for selected projects, opps for office integration
• Set ground rules
 o We’re all here to learn, we all bring valid and different experiences and ideas
• Intro of Facilitators and Participants

11:00 "Introduction to gender (no right or wrong, all valid viewpoints)"
• Gender – Word Association Activity
• Equality Walk Exercise
• Gender vocabulary game
• Rice bowl scenario to explain equitable/equal (if time allows)
The “business case” for gender in conservation/the environment
• Conservation fails – Why considering gender in conservation is so important

13:00 Lunch

14:00 "Gender & Natural Resource Management"
• Activity: Resource use chain for 2-3 products
• How do these norms transfer to resource control, access, use, benefit? (link back to resource chain activity)

15:00 "Responding to gender differences"
• What is CI’s role/scope in addressing gender?
 o What should CI Japan’s role be?
 o Review CI Gender Policy
 o CI Gender Checklist and Guidelines
 o CI Gender Lessons Learned, Factsheet, Making the Case
• What is the role of the Partners in addressing gender within their organizations?
 o Expereinces
 o Perspectives
• Overview of gender integration guidelines/analysis
 o Scenario: CI training on X in XXXX, and want community participation – why might someone (man/woman/youth/elder) not be able to participate? What would need to make it easier? (do in small group?)
Examples from partner organizations

16:00 Break

16:30 "Implications for fundraising"
• Analysis of major regional donors’ requirements: ADB Policy & Brief, ADB GAPs, GEF, GCF, AusAid
• GEF + GCF requirements
• Government requirements
Partner agencies/organizations Examples

17:00  "Gender in International Policy and Law"
1. IUCN & UNCBD collaborated to better integrate gender into NBSAPs of three countries (funded by the Japanese Govmt!)
2. IUCN has also done a number of research reports on how well gender is integrated into national policies:
   -Gender in reports to the CBD
   -Gender Action Plan for CBD
   -Gender in NBSAPs
   -Gender in World Heritage Conventions reports
   -Gender in R-PPs
   -Gender in climate finance
   -The Environment-Gender Index measures 72 countries based on gender+env policies, etc.
3. Paris Agreement
4. Case Studies from around the world to demonstrate the connection btwn gender + environment
   -Women in Environmental Decision Making: Case Studies from Ecuador, Liberia, and the Philippines
   -Gender and REDD+ Case Study Series

17:30 Wrap up
• Burning questions/“ah-ha” moment
• Tomorrow: talk about integration into project process, so think about areas of opportunities

18:00 Closing Time

■Day 2 (September 7):  Integration into project process

10:00  "Introduction to day 2"
• Review of previous day
• Address any remaining ‘burning questions’
• Overview of today’s agenda
• Energizer (related to lesson if possible)

10:30  "Small group discussion - gender integration into example projects"
• Identify gender considerations within the project
• Identify specific actions/activities that could be used
• Cost, staff, skills/knowledge, etc. needed for this
• Donor requirements & reporting

11:30  "Walk through a specific project design & implementation process"
• How did the project get initiated?
• Who is/was involved?
• Is there a process for considering the various stakeholder groups involved?
• Has this worked well? What has worked well/poorly in this process when considering all the various stakeholder groups? (Use/reference 24-hour clock exercise)
Does this process adequately capture gender/social differences?
• Where are opportunities to broaden the scope of stakeholder groups involved?
• What skills are needed? Do existing staff have these skills?
• Successful mainstreaming requires: political will (CEO, COO, etc.), accountability, technical skills & organizational culture – what are CI’s strengths & weaknesses on these themes? How can we fill gaps?

13:00  Lunch

14:00  "Incorporating Gender" (Project Design elements, Gender Action Plans, etc.)
• Review Examples (ABD, GCF Examples and Template, World Food Programme PPT, IUCN Mozambique
• Rules of Thumb
• Resources and Guides for Developing Action Plans (Example A & B)

14:30  "Practical Exercise" – Develop Gender Action Plans or Project Design Activities based on 11:30 Session (Focus Groups)

15:30  "Partner mapping"
• What are partner/other organizations’ skills on gender?
• What are their needs?
• How can CI collaborate with them?
How does gender relate to CI-Japan strategy?

16:00  "Workshop wrap-up"
• Individual commitments
• Shared/collective commitments (on tree)
• Closing, thank you, next steps

16:30  Closing time


ホィットニー・アンダーソン(Whitney Anderson)


【参加に関するお申込み&お問い合わせ】
GEF-Satoyama@conservation.or.jp
担当:デボン・ダブリン(Devon Dublin)



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