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Pocket Guide to the BRS Gender Action Plan: Integrating a Gender Perspective in the Sound Management of Chemicals and Waste

06 May 2019

Mainstreaming from a gender perspective is the process of assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action and responding by designing gender-neutral procedures and approaches.

This publication has been produced in collaboration with The Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Convention (BRS) Gender Task Team. The Pocket Guide is a summary of the BRS Gender Action Plan and provides the Secretariat, the Parties to the Conventions and other stakeholders information on how to integrate a gender perspective in the sound management of chemicals and waste.

Status: Completed

Type: Brochures and Briefs

Year of publication: 2019

Publisher: BRS Secretariat, GRID-Arendal

Place of publication: Arendal, Norway

Tags: gender equality waste chemicals toxics and heavy metals education

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