Gender is the range of characteristics pertaining to, and differentiating between, femininity and masculinity. Depending on the context, these characteristics may include biological sex, sex-based social structures (i.e., gender roles), or gender identity. Most cultures use a gender binary, having two genders (boys/men and girls/women); those who exist outside these groups fall under the umbrella term non-binary or genderqueer. Some societies have specific genders besides "man" and "woman", such as the hijras of South Asia; these are often referred to as third genders (and fourth genders, etc.). Sexologist John Money introduced the terminological distinction between biological sex and gender as …



WRI: World Resources Institute · 7 October 2023

This paper discusses WRI’s experience working in Mexico City to understand the results of its deep engagement work in the city, starting as the Center for Sustainable Transportation (Centro de …

Afairs and Communication Energy and Climate Change Gender Classification of projects: BRT: Metrobús Line Cities Safer by Design Hazme el Paro: reducing gender based violence in public transport in Mexico

UNEP: United Nations Environment Programme · 5 October 2023 English

H.E. Mr. Firas Khouri, Chair of the Committee of Permanent Representatives, Ambassador of The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to Kenya and Permanent Representative to UNEP.

and greenhouse gas emissions but also addresses gender-based violence and deforestation while fostering

Brookings Institution · 28 September 2023 English

We examine mortality differences between Americans adults with and without a four-year college degree over the period 1992 to 2021. Mortality patterns, in aggregate and across groups, can provide evidence …

mortality, focusing on causes of death, on age, and on gender, both prior to and during the pandemic. We identify gradient, deaths of despair, cancer, and CVD, by gender and by college degree status. The top panel shows breaking up the patterns by cause of death, by gender, and by age. Beyond our scope here is a delineation

APB: Akademie für Politische Bildung · 28 September 2023

3.30 pm Coffee Break Images that „take position”: Reading and discussion T E C H N I C A L D E T A I L S Individual Working Time …

Melanie Jaindl Understanding 8.00 am Breakfast Gender and Visual Securitization of 3.30 pm Coffee Break

CAF: Clean Air Fund · 28 September 2023 English

The only global analysis of funding from international development donors to tackle air pollution. We highlight trends and gaps in international aid and public climate finance spending from 2015 to …

sectors – show strong potential for improving gender equality and inclusivity. This is due to differentiated data is available, 29% was tagged as having some gender targeting component, with a proportionally high sector (84% of all gender-tagged air quality finance). Typical examples of a gender-sensitive outdoor

State of Nature Partnership · 27 September 2023 English

The UK, like most other countries worldwide, has experienced a significant loss of biodiversity. The trends in nature presented here cover, at most, 50 years, but these follow on from …

Indigenous peoples and local communities Target 23: Gender Goal B: Sustainable use and nature’s contributions

NCAER: National Council of Applied Economic Research · 27 September 2023 English

The authors first exploit the plausibly exogenous variation in access to electricity due to a universal electrification programme in the State of West Bengal in India and find positive effects …

FROM A. MEHTA: The G20 agenda for bridging the gender digital gap. The Pioneer. September 13. 2023. Link

BBVP: Black British Voices · 27 September 2023 English

The Black British Voices Project (BBVP) was launched in March of 2020, bringing together a committed team from the media, consultancy, and the private sector who have worked with academic …

educational attainment, religion, ethnicity, gender and profession. These focus groups were conducted

IZA: Institute of Labor Economics · 27 September 2023 English

This paper investigates the causal effect of education on life satisfaction, exploring effect heterogeneity along employment status. We use exogenous variation in compulsory schooling requirements and the build-up of new, …

(in the main specification, only an indicator for gender). In our preferred specification, we do not control birth cohort, and survey year fixed e↵ects, and a gender indicator. Panel A states the estimates for the birth-cohort, and survey-year fixed e↵ects, and a gender indicator. Both outcome variables only apply to birth-cohort, and survey-year fixed e↵ects, and a gender indicator. Columns (2)–(4) report robustness checks and survey-year fixed e↵ects (year of birth and gender are absorbed by the individual fixed e↵ects). To

GGGI: Global Green Growth Institute · 26 September 2023 English

GGGI_brochure GGGI Membership GGGI Governance Membership to GGGI is open to any Member State of the The Council is the executive United Nations or regional integration organization that organ of …

solar and wind energy KYRGYZ REPUBLIC TURKMENISTAN GENDER EQUALITY adoption, storage systems, MOROCCO JORDAN

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