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Feminism & Gender

The Heinrich Böll Foundation is committed to fair relations between all genders. It engages in debates, clarifies differences and similarities in analysis and practice, expands networks and opens up new ones. For this we have set up programs worldwide and founded the Gunda Werner Institute for Feminism and Gender Democracy. In addition to current articles and events, you will find introductions to our topics there.

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Increasing women’s political representation and participation in Cambodia through the implementation of gender quotas

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The overarching objective of this paper is to provide recommendations for the implementation of gender quotas in Cambodia. The paper first considers why it is important to achieve gender equality in politics, and asks eight individuals, who are working in Cambodia to promote the role of women in politics, why they think it is necessary for women to be represented in politics.

Gender relations and women’s vulnerability to climate change

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The study analyzes the way in which an adaptation measure carried out in the Mexican state of Tabasco has contributed to modifying gender relations. In the relocation program analyzed, implemented in response to severe flooding in 2007, the housing units built were granted to women.

The Future We Want - A Feminist Perspective

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Publication Series on Ecology 21: The Future We Want – the motto chosen by the UN in the run-up to the June 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) – is certainly forward-looking. Rio+20 is supposed to define routes towards a safer, fairer, greener, and cleaner world. But the blueprints for a green economy are devoid of gender perspectives. Christa Wichterich’s essay takes a closer look on the relations between feminism and ecology.

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