COP25 High Level Segment, Gina Cortes

Madrid, Spain (Dec 10, 2019) – Gina Gortes from Women Engage for a Common Future called out structural violence, armed violence and extractivist violence rooted in patriarchy and colonialism. She laments the lack of progress under the gender agenda item and reminds parties that we are not here to let them trade-off between rights and resources, and we expect that governments will uphold their human rights commitments and gender equality and not rollback in the GAP, in Loss and Damage or in Article 6. She urges parties for real leadership and reminds them that the lives of women environmental rights defenders, indigenous women and activists depend on them.

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Gender and Climate Change: Draft conclusions proposed by the Chair

Conclusions by the chair on gender and climate change, including the appreciation of efforts by the women and gender constituency, among others, in relation to gender balance gender-sensitive climate policy.

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Participation and Representation of Women

UNFCCC conclusions on improving the participation of women in the representation of Parties in bodies established under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol. Draft decision proposed by the President.

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