The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)
WFP is by far GenderConsult longest standing client. Over the years, services have ranged from assessment and planning, to research and analysis, to training design and delivery on GenderConsult's main areas of expertise. Of relevance, we contributed to the kick start of the Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) initiative WFP Handbook on Safe Access to Firewood and alternative Energy (SAFE). We assessed the gender and protection implications of UNHCR/WFP cash and voucher initiatives, evaluated cash voucher activities in various contexts, and analyzed the gender aspects of a Food-for-Assets (FFA) projects. More recently, we embarked on the development of the first WFP Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) policy, and of a study on the linkages between food insecurity, migration and violence in Central America. Displayed is an example of our graphic work.
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
GenderConsult collaborated with UNFPA headquarters, regional and country-offices. Activities focused on strengthening the capacity to assess, prevent, mitigate and respond to gender-based violence as well as sexual and reproductive health needs in acute emergencies caused by both natural disasters and conflicts through assessment and planning, research and analysis, and training design and delivery. Displayed is a brochure developed in partnership with Paula Juchem to promote the study Gender-Based Violence and Natural Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean, authored by GenderConsult's Director.
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)
GenderConsult worked with UNRWA's Gender Office on the design and delivery of workshops and meetings on gender in emergencies for frontline and headquarters' staff.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
GenderConsult has been working with FAO since 2010. Activities included revision of the gender website; support to the integration of a gender perspective in FAO's emergency and rehabilitation work, including protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA); and research on food security and gender in conflict resolution and peacebuilding.
International Federation of Red Cross and Red crescent Societies (IFRC)
The work with IFRC centered on building the capacity to tackle gender-based violence and its linkages with HIV and AIDS across the Federation's programmes.
Life&Peace Institute (LPI)
In 2011 GenderConsult engaged with LPI, a Swedish NGO specialized in conflict transformation, to support mainstreaming a gender perspective throughout the organization's policies and operations worldwide.
Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi)
GenderConsult authored a case study in GPPi's study group "Improving Humanitarian Performance through the Implementation of Lessons Learned", which sought to analyze the stumbling blocks and enabling factors faced by humanitarian donors to mainstream lessons on gender into humanitarian programming.
Centre of Excellence for the Stability Police Units (CoESPU)
Since 2013, GenderConsult has been collaborating with the Centre of Excellence for Stability Police Units (CoESPU) on the design and delivery of training sessions for police, military and civilian personnel serving in UN peacekeeping missions (PKOs) on on GenderConsult's main areas of expertise.
Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale
GenderConsult has long collaborated with the Italian Institute of International Political Studies and other research and academic institutions on the design and delivery of training activities on international humanitarian law, protection, gender-based violence and sexual exploitation and abuse. Training activities are directed at both professionals and post-graduate students.
Università degli Studi di Milano e Scuola & Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
GenderConsult authored a chapter in the books Disaster Response Law, and China's and Italy's Participation in Peacekeeping Operations: Existing Models, Emerging Challenges.
Donne che raccontano le donne (Women who talk about women)
Born in collaboration with QVC Italy in 2011, Donne che raccontano le donne is a multi-channel conversational project that started with the broadcast of short stories from various field locations written by GenderConsult's Director, and transformed in a dedicated Donne che raccontano le donne page.
A very innovative project in collaboration with the Brazilian artist and illustrator Paula Juchem, for the United Nations European Advertising Competition to Say NO to Violence Against Women. Attached are our entries.