Solomon Islands: Women Confronting Violence

Amnesty International

The brief of this project is to focus particularly on the differential vulnerabilities of women and men, and the greater vulnerability of women, to climate change risks resulting from social and cultural circumstances, a lack of ownership of land, inadequate access to decision-making and responsibility for food and water security for their families. It is clear from our analysis of secondary data that there is insufficient information on the differential impacts of climate change for women and men in the Pacific Island nations and further research at village level and across nation states is needed to allow a detailed analysis. What we do know is that women are at greater risk and that their livelihoods are threatened by both rapid onset and slow onset climate events.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 21, 2021
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