The WGC is pleased to welcome the following new members: · All India Women’s Education Fund Association (AIWEFA) · Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc (ADFM) · Association Jeunesse Verte du Cameroun (AJVC) · FAWCO · Gana Unnayan Kendra (GUK) · Italian Climate Network · Landesa · Margaret Pyke Trust, with the Population & Sustainability… Read More
WGC advocacy network member, DIVA for Equality will play a critical role in the lead-up to this year’s UNFCCC COP as WGC liaison to the COP23 Presidency of Fiji. DIVA for Equality’s work in Fiji and the Pacific Islands region is invaluable, as part of small island communities who are living with the impacts of climate… Read More
Earlier in 2016, the SBI agreed on conclusions which expressed support to the continuation of the Lima Work Programme on Gender and requested the SBI 45 to prepare a draft decision to be considered at COP 22 in Marrakesh. Parties and observers were invited to provide submissions on views on possible elements and guiding principles… Read More
Can Lima Close the Gap? No, Not That One! We all know that there are a lot of gaps – from emissions and ambition to finance and capacity – but we’re sorry to inform you that there is one you may have overlooked: gender. Gender is one of the foremost social categories in determining roles, experiences and perspectives in… Read More
Global Women Civil Society Leaders Speak Out in Lima, Peru; Demand Urgent Commitments on Climate Action, Gender Equality & Women’s Rights for New UN Climate Agreement in Paris 2015 Contact: Bridget Burns, WEDO, +1.914.310.3270 firstname.lastname@example.org Sabine Bock WECF, +49 (89) 23 23 93 8 12 email@example.com Claire Greensfelder, WEDO/WECF, +1.510.917.5468 firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE… Read More
Conclusions by the chair on gender and climaet change, including the appreciation of efforts by the women and gender constituency, among others, in relation to gender balance gender-sensitive climate policy.