There is an increase in interest to fund Mine Action activities and projects which mainstream gender and diversity as well as promote equality and inclusion. The resources featured here showcase good practices and lessons learned, as well as demonstrate the efficiency and effectiveness of funding activities and projects where Gender and diversity are mainstreamed, and equality and inclusion promoted in explosive ordnance risk reduction. The available documents and videos are based on evidence and learnings from the field and aim to help better inform decision-making processes relating to the funding of gender and diversity sensitive and responsive projects and operations.
Through this project, the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) revisited and celebrated the role of women working in demining teams in Kosovo both twenty years ago and today.
This study explores the relationship between gender and operational efficiency in the context of staff in field-based mine action roles.
The Women, Peace and Security Programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom maintains through this website a semi-annual updated database to track the development of NAPs on Women, Peace and Security and report on their implementation
This page provides useful information in support of mainstreaming of gender and diversity provisions within the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention (APMBC) and the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM), as well as the wider disarmament and mine action sector.
UK’s national action plan 2018-2022 for the implementation of the UN Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security.
This strategy sets out the principles of action and the key objectives of the Swiss foreign policy on gender equality and women’s rights.
Switzerland’s national action plan 2018-2022 for the implementation of the UN Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security.
Sweden’s national action plan 2016-2020 for the implementation of the UN Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security.
Strategy for Sweden’s Development Cooperation for Global Gender Equality and Women’s and Girls’ Rights 2018–2022
In this strategy, Swedish development cooperation commits to promote global gender equality and the full enjoyment of human rights by all women and girls.
This document emphasises gender mainstreaming in Sida's development cooperation and humanitarian aid.
This document is a resource for international work related to gender equality and the full enjoyment of human rights by all women and girls.
Building Trust Through The Involvement of Indigenous, Afro-Colombian& Minority Groups in Mine Action
Policy Advisor Ángela Hoyos Iborra starts a roundtable discussion with guest speakers who share their experiences and lessons learnt on building trust through the involvement of indigenous, Afro-Colombian, and other minority groups in mine action activities.
Listen to two experts from the field - Ángela Orrego, Director, Humanicemos DH and Pablo Parra, Chief of Mine Action Programme, UNMAS Colombia – as they share insights on the benefits observed in the reintegration process. These include the challenges, solutions, early impact evaluations, and future steps.
A conversation on why inclusive approaches to both explosive ordnance clearance and housing, land and property rights are crucial to building sustainable peace.