Cares and territories in Latin America and the Caribbean: experiences facing the challenges of climate change from
a gender and intersectionality approach
With the objective of extending the path traveled by the projects that belong to GRRIPP Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), we published our first book. Hope the reading of it allows you to continue developing research, policies and practices around gender responsive, resilience and intersectionality for the integration of the past, present and future of our communities in the disaster risk management, facing the challenges of climate change.
Argentine Network of Municipalities Against Climate Change
This book has been prepared, having the framework of the 'Gender Responsive, Resilience & Intersectionality in Policy & Practice (GRRIPP) - Networking Plus Partnering for Resilience' project. The aforementioned project seeks to generate networks between academics, representatives, politicians and professionals from three regions of the world: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as Southeast Asia.
The voices represented on each page of this book reflect proposals developed in Latin American contexts. This is in order to promote the gender perspective, as well as intersectionality in transformative actions for disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change.
Pablo Vega Centeno and Belén Desmaison
Number of pages:
Gender responsive, intersectionality, resilience, disaster risk management and climate change
Spanish, english and portuguese