Strengthening a Sustainable National Capacity for Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming in Mine Action
There have been many positive developments in recent years in relation to promoting gender equality and inclusion in mine action. At the same time, some challenges remain, such as the lack of a gender and diversity mainstreaming capacity with clear roles and responsibilities in some mine action institutions and organizations. To reinforce positive achievements and strengthen gender and diversity mainstreaming capacity among national mine action authorities/centers (NMAA/Cs) and operators around the world, in 2019 the GICHD developed the flagship Gender Focal Point Capacity Development Programme. Through the achievements of the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) and Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) Mine Action and Disarmament Programme in Iraq, this article highlights how the reinforcement of gender and diversity mainstreaming capacity at the national and country-program level contributes to gender equality and inclusion.
Biscaglia, Laura; Sophal, Ros; Sochenda, Khun; and Sabeeh, Lubna
"Strengthening a Sustainable National Capacity for Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming in Mine Action,"
The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction: Vol. 24
, Article 12.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol24/iss2/12
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