Tackling gender inequality and climate change through the budget: A look at gender-responsive climate change budgeting in Bangladesh and Mexico

It has become increasingly critical for countries to adopt a gender-responsive climate change budgetary approach to support gender equity while mitigating the adverse effects of global warming. Alongside our partners, we have undertaken research on how governments are incorporating gender-responsive climate change budget approaches.

This study aims to accelerate progress toward more effective ways of integrating (“double mainstreaming”) gender equality and climate change considerations as equally important imperatives in public financial management and presents findings from exploratory research in Bangladesh and Mexico. Download the paper.

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