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2021-2022 - Journalism Is a Public Good - UNESCO World Trends in Freedom of Expression & Media Development

Home | World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: 2021/2022 Online Report (unesco.org)

Independent journalism is in peril, faced with increasing crackdowns on press freedom, ongoing threats against the safety of journalists, and the erosion of business models. In order to effectively respond to these urgent challenges, we must first understand them. The World Trends Report and the data and analysis it presents help move towards that understanding.

The newly released UNESCO World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: Global Report 2021/2022 (161 Pages)analyses the state of media freedom, pluralism, independence, and safety of journalists over the past five years. The Report sounds the alarm on the worrying decline of press freedom levels around the world: data and original analysis confirms that 85 percent of the world’s population experienced a decline in press freedom in their country over the past five years. The Report also examines the impact of COVID-19 on already struggling news media environments, ranging from new restrictions on press freedom to failing traditional business models.


Loss & Damage from Climate Change - Gender

Women & Gender Constituency

Direct Link to Full 4-Page 2022 Document:

WGC_IssueBrief_LossDamage_EN.pdf (womengenderclimate.org)

Loss and damage is one of the most contentious issues related to climate change because of the question of responsibility for covering the costs. From super typhoons, hurricanes, flash floods and massive bushfires, countries hit by climate-related disasters have struggled to find resources to respond to the challenges of rebuilding and meeting the needs, especially of poor communities hit hard. The projected economic costs of loss and damage by 2030 is estimated to be between USD 290 and 580 billion in developing countries alone. Over 80% of people currently displaced by climate related events are women and girls (UN). Women, especially across the Global South, are hugely impacted due to the structural inequalities they face, in large part due to the prevalence of women’s unpaid care and domestic work.

Извор: WUNRN – 02.06.2022


Tackling Violence Against Women & Girls in the Context of Climate Change

Direct Link to Full 12-Page 2022 Publication:

Tackling-violence-against-women-and-girls-in-the-context-of-climate-change-en.pdf (unwomen.org)

Infographic: cc+vaw_Infographic-VFinal (unwomen.org)

Violence against women and girls (VAWG) and climate change are two of the most pressing global emergencies and sustainable development challenges of our time.

VAWG is the most widespread and pervasive human rights violation worldwide, affecting more than an estimated one in three women throughout their lifetime. Climate change is threatening our planet’s sustainability with devastating social, cultural, economic, health and human rights impacts, affecting women and girls disproportionately, especially the most marginalized groups. It is also a serious aggravator of the different forms of VAWG. The shadow pandemic of VAWG during COVID-19 exemplified the surge of violence that occurs during crises and disasters.


OECD - Women's Leadership in Environmental Action

OECD - The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Direct Link to Full 34-Page OECD 2022 Publication:

f0038d22-en.pdf (oecd-ilibrary.org)

Women’s participation in environmental decision-making is important for advancing both gender equality and environmental action. The presence of women in political decision-making is linked to more ambitious climate goals and policies. Women on corporate boards consistently prioritise environmental, social and governance issues, including climate and sustainability. In civil society, women around the world are creating powerful networks to combat environmental degradation and tackle climate-related inequalities. Despite these benefits, significant gender gaps in environmental leadership persist across countries and sectors, with some of the widest occurring in countries especially vulnerable to climate change and where its gender‑differentiated impacts are most acute. This paper reviews existing evidence on women’s environmental leadership in public governance, environmentally-sensitive industries, and civil society, and its impact on environmental outcomes in these sectors. It identifies potential policy actions as well as areas for further data collection and research.

Извор: WUNRN – 07.05.2022



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