Escuchar

Advancing gender equality in environmental migration and disaster displacement in the Caribbean

Descripción: 1 recurso en línea (88 páginas)
Enlace:
Ver documento

EN: Studies and Perspectives Series - The Caribbean / Comisión Económica para América Latina.(Puerto España, Trinidad y Tobago).No. 98 (2021), 88 páginas.

Nombre Personal: Gonzales, Candice

País con que se identifica: Trinidad and Tobago

Area de desempeño: Statistics

Instituciones asociadas: United Nations. Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean

Profesión y/u ocupación: Consultants

Nombre Personal: Bleeker, Amelia

País con que se identifica: Trinidad and Tobago

Area de desempeño: Emigration and immigration

Instituciones asociadas: United Nations. Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean

Profesión y/u ocupación: Consultants

Nombre Personal: Escribano, Pablo

País con que se identifica: Trinidad and Tobago

Area de desempeño: Emigration and immigration

Profesión y/u ocupación: Consultants

Nombre Personal: Liberati, Cristina

País con que se identifica: Trinidad and Tobago

Area de desempeño: Emigration and immigration

Profesión y/u ocupación: Consultants

Nombre Personal: Mawby, Briana

País con que se identifica: United States

Area de desempeño: Emigration and immigration

Instituciones asociadas: International Organization for Migration

Profesión y/u ocupación: Consultants

Disaster displacement and environmental migration are among the most serious humanitarian challenges facing the Caribbean. As a subregion of small island developing States (SIDS) which are vulnerable and prone to extreme weather events and the impacts of climate change, the Caribbean is constantly faced with population displacement resulting from these events. Individuals experience these migration processes uniquely on account of their gender-specific inequalities, vulnerabilities, and access to resources and opportunities. It is critical to understand how the consequences of environmental migration and disaster displacement are gendered in order to address and prevent harm and to protect the rights of women and girls and people of all genders who experience intersecting forms of discrimination.

Introduction

1. Approaching the gender dimensions in disaster displacement and environmental migration

2. Case studies. A. Methodology for the case studies. B. The gendered impacts of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. C. The gendered impacts of Tropical Storm Erika and Hurricane Maria in Dominica. D. The Nexus of Environmental Migration, Urbanization and gender in Jamaica. E. Womens leadership and gender-responsive planning for evacuation and environmental migration in Cuba

3. Findings and recommendations.

Libros del autor(es) en la BCN

Libros del autor(es) en GoogleBooks


Otros materiales recomendados
Banner de Estantería Digital