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This study aims to investigate the impact of the pandemic on migrant women living in Milan (North-West Italy), by leveraging on the accounts of a pool of key informants (KIs).
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This paper examines how an earthquake in Papua New Guinea changed people’s attitudes about and the prevalence of intimate partner violence.
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A knowledge product of the uplift phase of the Climate Adaptation Championship featuring 16 local stories across diverse demographics focused on water scarcity and flooding experiences in grassroots communities highlighting Gender and Climate Change.
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In this study, the authors are analysing the effects that the earthquakes that hit the Dominican Republic (2003), Honduras (2007 and 2009) and Haiti (2010) had on gender relations, making comparisons between urban and rural areas.
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This report provides some of the first empirical documentation as to how LGBT people differentially experience the negative effects of climate change compared to non-LGBT people.
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This policy brief examines the impacts of heat waves and drought on women’s food security, economic productivity, and care work, and highlights the alarming occurrence of gender-based and sexual violence during climate-induced challenges.
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Compiled from interviews by the Private Adaptation Finance component at GIZ and supplemented by desk research, this brief highlights the private sector’s potential to empower women as catalysts for climate adaptation.
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Plan Indonesia and PSBA UGM, supported by Plan International UK, developed an Anticipatory Action framework for flood control with the integration of PGI in Wowong village, Lembata district, Nusa Tenggara Timur province, Indonesia.

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