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Radically Different: Gender justice in natural resource governance
Welcome to the registration page for NRGI and WRI's webinar - 'The State of Gendered Extractive Governance.'

This Webinar is scheduled for February 3 at 9:00am EST / 14:00 GMT.

NRGI and WRI experts will offer insights from their study of gender provisions in documents governing the oil, gas, and mining sectors of 12 countries and suggest how governments can build documents that support gender-transformative change.

Feb 3, 2021 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Aubrey Menard
Gender Advisor @NRGI
Aubrey has worked on democracy and governance issues in Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, Europe, Central America, and the United States. She’s the author of Young Mongols: Forging Democracy in the Wild, Wild East (Penguin Random House, 2020) and has been published by outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, Al Jazeera, Politico and the South China Morning Post. Aubrey earned an MPhil in politics from the University of Oxford and a bachelor’s degree from Smith College. She is a Luce Scholar, a Critical Language Scholar (Russian), and a Truman National Security Project Fellow.
Elizabeth Moses
Environmental Rights And Justice Associate II @WRI
Elizabeth Moses is an Environmental Rights and Justice Associate II with the Environmental Democracy Practice (EDP) at the World Resource Institute. She is a natural resource governance expert with more than fifteen years of international and US based experience leading technical research, policy-analysis and civil society capacity building. Elizabeth advances the integration of gender and social equity priorities and rights of poor and marginalized people to engage in equitable, transparent, inclusive, and accountable decision-making. She currently manages a wide range of projects focused on water and air quality, mining, and strengthening implementation of environmental laws and policies. Elizabeth holds a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Washington and B.S. degrees in Psychology and Biology from Syracuse University.