Combatting Inequality with Information: How Gender and Environment Data Can Promote Gender Inclusion in the Sustainable Development Goals
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM EDTNew York, New York
The United Nations' Commission on the Status of Women brings together representatives from governments and NGOs from around the world to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women.
This year’s theme focuses on the link between women’s empowerment and sustainable development.
At a #CSW60 SIDE EVENT organized by the Gender-Environment Working Group, WRI’s Gender Initiative will share how WRI is assessing and working to fill gender data gaps, focusing specifically on gender in monitoring and evaluation within Global Forest Watch.
Maggie Roth, Communications Officer, International Union for Conservation of Nature
Kame Westerman, Advisory, Gender & Conservation, Conservation International
Neha Mathew, Associate International Campaign Representative, Sierra Club
Dow Maneerattana, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager, World Resources Institute
Eleanor Blomstrom, Program Director, Women’s Environment & Development Organization (WEDO) (Moderator)
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