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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 36+ research outputs authored by Dr Michael Wood from 1998 onwards.

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United Nations Development Programme - PNG - Grant

Gender Analysis and Action Plan for Sustainable Financing of PNG?s Protected Area Network

Indicative Funding
$100,000 over 2 years
Summary
The Gender Analysis and Action Plan will contribute to the Social and Environmental Safeguards (SES) which underpin the UNDP commitment to mainstream social and environmental sustainability in all Programmes and Projects, including the Sustainable Financing of Papua New Guinea?s Protected Area Network. Protected Area investments directly affect the land and forest rights of communities, and it is critical to avoid creating `fortress? conservation zones that diminish, rather than enhance, local livelihoods and biodiversity. A key element of the SES is Principle 2: Gender Equality and Women?s Empowerment. Everyone is gendered: women, men, youth (f/m/t) and hence the gender analysis addresses all positions. The Gender Analysis will be fully integrated into the project document for the Sustainable Financing of Papua New Guinea?s Protected Area Network to inform the process of using a gender-responsive results reporting and monitoring and evaluation system. The Gender Action Plan for the project will provide concrete outputs to facilitate implementation of activities that promote gender equality and women?s empowerment.
Investigators
Jennifer Gabriel and Michael Wood (Cairns Institute, College of Arts and Society & Education)
Keywords
Papua New Guinea; Gender; Protected Area; Social and Environmental Sustainability; Livelihoods; Tropical Societies
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  • Palliative Medicine Pioneers: A Window into the History and Development of Palliative Care in Australia (PhD , Advisor Mentor)
  • Occult politics and the esoteric self in Aboriginal Australia (PhD , Primary Advisor/AM/Adv)
  • DEATHS OUT OF CUSTODY (PhD , Primary Advisor/AM/Adv)
  • Impacts of Chinese Tourism on the Infrastructure of Fiji (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • An Anthropological Exploration into Cultural Deafhood in Australia (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • PNG heritage in the archives: a legal anthropology of cultural property (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
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