GenderCC in the media

GenderCC guest at Der Tag Podcast (04 May 2023)

Farina Hoffmann advocates the need for a radical transformative approach and  integration of different perspectives when discussing climate justice that goes beyond representation (minute 19-27).

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GenderCC guest at funkkolleg. (26 April 2023)

GenderCC's Sarah Louis Montgomery speaks on the links of climate change and patriarchy and the importance of changing existing structures to make equal participation possible in an episode of funkkolleg., a videoformat of Hessischer Rundfunk (HR).

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GenderCC guest at SPIEGEL Podcast (19 April 2023)

In the podcast 'Klimabericht', Ndivile Mokoena, women's rights activist from South Africa, shares her experiences with increasing water scarcity. Together with Farina Hoffmann, they also talk about the factors behind the unequal impact and look at political attempts at change.

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GenderCC guest lecturer at "Stadt.Land.Welt - Web" (2 November 2022)

GenderCC's Saraha Louis Montgomery answered the question "What does the climate crisis have to do with gender justice? and shed light on the gender blind spots in climate change discourse within the series "Stadt.Land.Welt - Web"  by Deutscher Volkshochschul Verband International and Engagement Global

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GenderCC interview with the Korean newspaper "The Hankyoreh" on Germany's nuclear and coal phase-out policies (February 2022)

Farina Hoffmann points out how nuclear power is one of the unequal energy resources from linkages to militarization, contamination of large areas of land or loss of biodiversity and general greenwashing without sufficient consideration of the consequences for WLINTA* health and future generations. The article is only available in Korean.

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Gender-just to a better Climate policy in "Weitwinkel" magazine (February 2021)

Sarah Louis Montgomery has contributed to the new publication of Weitwinkel. Sarah emphasized the importance of considering the gender aspect of the climate change, increasing gender consideration in transport and how FLINTA* must participate in shaping climate policies.

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Media archive

This repository (2015-2018) provides a collection of our media presence, highlighting our journey and accomplishments over the years.

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