This policy paper summarises recommendations from CARE International on gender and women’s participation in humanitarian action. The paper outlines ideas and options for ways forward of relevance to several current policy processes.

Latest Publications

Women responders: Executive summary and guidance note

  • Countries: Malawi, Vanuatu, Global
  • Published: November 2018

Inclusive Governance Guidance Note

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: April 2016

Business-based solutions in humanitarian crises: Lessons from Zimbabwe

  • Countries: Zimbabwe
  • Co-authors: Crown Agents
  • Published: November 2018

A new analytical framework for addressing the intersections of violence against women and girls with post-conflict statebuilding and peace-building processes

  • Countries: Nepal, Sierra Leone, Global, South Sudan
  • Co-authors: What Works, Global Women's Institute, CARE, IRC
  • Published: October 2018

Intersections of violence against women and girls with state-building and peace-building: Lessons from Nepal, Sierra Leone and South Sudan - Policy Brief

  • Countries: Nepal, Sierra Leone, Global, South Sudan
  • Co-authors: What Works, Global Women's Institute, CARE, IRC
  • Published: October 2018

Doing Nexus Differently: How can Humanitarian and Development Actors link or integrate humanitarian action, development, and peace?

  • Countries: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen, West Bank and Gaza
  • Published: July 2018

Doing Nexus Differently - External Summary Paper

  • Countries: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen, West Bank and Gaza
  • Published: July 2018

Intersections of violence against women and girls with state-building and peace-building: Lessons from Nepal, Sierra Leone and South Sudan

  • Countries: Nepal, Sierra Leone, Global, South Sudan
  • Co-authors: What Works, Global Women's Institute, CARE, IRC
  • Published: September 2018