- Report year:2018
- Organisation: The Canadian International Resources and Development Institute (CIRDI)
CIRDI’s theory of change for advancing gender equality in natural resource governance is underpinned by context-specific gender analysis related to resource-dependent communities. This analysis recognizes the diversity of roles that women play (as workers, decision-makers, environmental stewards, child-rearers etc.) and assesses how these roles interact with prevailing norms and institutions to produce systemic gender inequalities.