Women and girls’ priorities must be central to crisis response, and the best way to make this happen is to have them lead efforts to prevent and respond. This briefing paper sets out how and why the UK in 2021 must be a global champion for diverse women’s voice and leadership in crisis at the G7, at COP26 and demonstrated through UK Aid.

Latest Publications

Climate Adaptation Finance: Fact or Fiction?

  • Countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Nepal, Philippines, Uganda, Viet Nam, Global
  • Co-authors: CARE Denmark and CARE Netherlands
  • Published: January 2021

The 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2020

  • Countries: Burundi, Central African Republic, Guatemala, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Ukraine, Zambia
  • Published: January 2021

Sometimes we don’t even eat: How conflict and COVID-19 are pushing millions of people to the brink

  • Countries: Congo, Nigeria, Yemen, Global, South Sudan
  • Published: November 2020

A rapid gender analysis of the August 2020 Beirut explosion

  • Countries: Lebanon
  • Co-authors: UN Women, UNFPA, ESCWA, ABAAD
  • Published: October 2020

Adolescent girls’ education and COVID‐19: What is happening in the field?

  • Countries: Afghanistan, Mali, Somalia, Global
  • Published: October 2020