Gender and Child Inclusion in Policies on climate Change in Southeast Asia

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This report provides a situational analysis on climate action relating to women and children in Southeast Asia. Existing Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) climate policies, on a regional level, are generally gender-responsive, framed within a broader framework of sustainable development, with a positive trend towards gender-transformative action. While Nationally Determined Contributions amongst ASEAN countries have broadly adopted gender-responsive approaches, some countries have taken more significant steps in gender-transformative action, while others lag behind and are gender-blind.