Recognising widespread uncertainty about how to address gender within the forestry world (from researchers, as well as natural resource, development and conservation practitioners), this paper strives to provide targeted guidance. We divide gender methods into three main approaches, based on the availability of resources. In the first section, we provide a brief discussion of theory and method. Then, after discussing some all-purpose methods, we classify methods loosely into categories of aquick and [more or less] dirtya; systematic aacademica studies; and collaborative studies. We argue that although there is legitimate space for all three approaches, the last is the most likely to result in long-term and meaningful improvements in forests and human well being.governance. Human Development Resource Centre, United Nations Development Programme, New Delhi, India. ... Oxfam 2010 Gender, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: a learning companion. ... Basic Books, New York.
|Title||:||The gender box: A framework for analysing gender roles in forest management|
|Author||:||Carol J Pierce Colfer|
|Publisher||:||CIFOR - 2013-01-23|