GGEO is is a collaborative project between the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Strategic Partners to bring gender issues to the heart of environmental assessment and decision-making. Through their annual report and resources, GGEO offers the latest global analysis from a gender lens.
Change Management Standards
"Gendered Innovations" is a Stanford University, European Commission, and National Science Foundation project analyzing science, health, medicine, engineering, and environmental research from a gender perspective. It offers transformational resources on best practices, institutional changes, and gender based analysis.
Explore this database to find the most relevant publications on gender and the Sustainable Development Goals that International Geneva has to offer.
In this series of commentaries, experts in trade, development and women's rights explore opportunities and challenges in realizing the declaration's goal of economic empowerment of women through inclusion in domestic and international trade.
These guidelines are aimed at helping United Nations staff to communicate in a gender-inclusive way in the six official languages of the Organization.