United Nations Environment Programme
The production of the GGEO is a collective effort and one that UNEP could not accomplish by itself. Many individuals and institutions have worked tirelessly to ensure that the project is a success.
UNEP would like to extend its gratitude to the following institutions that have been instrumental in ensuring that the project comes to life.
Seed funding from the Norwegian government for the preparatory phase as well as the multi-stakeholder consultation of the GGEO has been an instrumental support in order to build a solid technical and participatory ground for the development of the report’s approach and contents.Visit the Website
The Swedish Government has a Gender equality policy that has two principal aims: to combat and transform systems that preserve the gender-based distribution of power and resources in society, and to ensure that women and men enjoy the same power and opportunities to shape their own lives.
The two Author Meetings/Writing Workshops were funded from the Swedish funds for gender mainstreaming activities.Visit the Website