Enhancing women’s participation in camp governance – lessons learnt from the Women’s Participation Project
Following is the video of the webinar recorded on 11 September 2018. Watch the webinar to familiarize yourself with the Women's Participation Project and its key learning and recommendations, to explore the training resources and participatory tools in the Toolkit and how to use the Toolkit to promote women and girls’ participation in camp and camp-like settings.
The webinar was hosted by IOM and Women's Refugee Commission.
Oxfam South Sudan Gender Analysis: A snapshot situation analysis of the differential impact of the humanitarian crisis on women, girls, men and boys in South Sudan, Oxfam 2017; UNFPA, Sexual and Gender Based Violence Assessment in North East Nigeria, New York, 2016; Dwyer, L and Rufa Cagoco-Guiam, Gender and Conflict in Mindanao, The Asia Foundation 2012
Narayan, D Can Anyone Hear Us? Voices from 47 Countries, World Bank Group, PREM 1999. Chapter 5: Changing Relations in the Household
Poverty is pain. Poor people suffer physical pain that comes with too little food and long hours of work; emotional pain stemming from the daily humiliations of dependency and lack of power; and the moral pain from being forced to make choices such as whether to pay to save the life of an ill family member or to use the money to feed their children.
Turning Promises into Progress Report Gender and Development Network, Gender Action for Peace and Security, UK SRHR Network, London, March 2015.
Gender inequality remains one of the most shocking injustices of our time. In every country in the world women and girls are discriminated against and denied their rights
solely because of their gender. They are disproportionately represented amongst the poorest and most marginalised and excluded people, and have less power, fewer
resources, and less voice than men and boys.