Not what she bargained for?: Gender and the Grand Bargain

Listening to women and girls and respecting and promoting their rights should no longer be seen as an optional aspect of humanitarian response. However, women's grassroots organizations are still not reached by humanitarian action, and many women and girls remain unprotected in humanitarian crises. 

This paper outlines recommendations on how humanitarian organizations and agencies can promote women's leadership and participation across the humanitarian reform agenda. It focuses on three Grand Bargain workstreams, namely localization, participation and cash. 

 

 

Published 2020-03-06

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2018
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2018
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pdf, 16 p.
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© 2020 CARE International