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This Evidence Brief synthesises evidence of how Oxfam is working to support increased gender equality so that women and girls and other marginalised groups can be involved in shaping a more resilient future. It highlights how such efforts have improved resilient development outcomes for women and their communities, recognising that much work is still to be done to transform gender relations at different levels.

It is one of a series commissioned by Oxfam Australia that identifies where, how and why Oxfam’s approach to resilient development has created impact. The findings and lessons are intended to influence discussions among Oxfam staff, Oxfam partners, and the broader development community (in particular, development partners) about how to achieve resilient development outcomes.

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