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The new issue of GenderCC's newsletter is available. Its aim is to keep the Gender & Climate Change community up-to-date on current activities and news.
Women living in poverty across South Africa need support to adapt to climate change and to take an active part in the transition to a low carbon economy.
Keep informed about GenderCC's activities at COP18 in Doha. Don't miss the first pictures and reports from the UNFCCC Gender Day on Nov 27th...
An article by GenderCC founder and steering committee member Ulrike Röhr (LIFE) has been published in the current edition of Outreach.
GenderCC members Sharmind Neelormi and Ashan Uddin Ahmed have published a study titled "Loss and Damage in a Warmer World: Whither Gender Matters?"
"Women and girls - the (in)visible force of resilience" was the focus of the 2012 International Disaster Risk Reduction Day (IDDR) on October 13.
A submission made by GenderCC on the COP17 decision to establish a work programme on Loss and Damage has been published on the UNFCCC website.
The SEED Initiative has launched its 2013 SEED Awards, calling for entries from
In this article, the implications of gender inequity on climate change are discu
In this blog post, an article which appeared on International Earth Day called '
GGCA hosts a Twitter chat with UNFCCC Secretary Christiana Figueres on May 14 at
African women, 80 percent of whom work in agriculture, will be particularly impa
Recently, a group of women who self-identify as GINKs (Green Inclinations, No Ki
As part of the Gender and Disaster Webinar series, a global discussion will be c
A grant from the U.S. African Development Foundation enabled the COOPAVI women's
Who we are
GenderCC – women for climate justice is the global network of women and gender activists, and gender experts from all world regions working for gender and climate justice. Since our collaboration has started at UNFCCC COP9 in Milan in 2004, the response to our efforts is increasing...more
The development and technical implementation of the platform was funded by the German Ministry for Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety. Financial support from the German Minstry for Economic Cooperation and Development (2010-2011), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (2008-2010) and Oxfam Novib (2008-2009) contribute to maintain the site and to facilitate the network.
Support for particular actitivites was/is given by the International Climate Initiative of the German Government, the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ, formerly GTZ), Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Stiftung Umverteilen, Bread for the World and the German Church Service for Development (EED).