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Why does the climate justice movement has to be anti-colonial and intersectional?
The Anticolonial Month in October 2019 will host several events on anticolonial struggles from Berlin-based activists. Check out the programme!
We released a gender and water topic review where we answer the following questions: What does water have to do with gender? Why are women overly…
"This analytical study on the integration of a gender-responsive approach into climate action at the local, national, regional and international…
The International Renewable Energy Agency published a new report about renewable energy from a gender perspective. Women represent only 32% in the…
In the Khulna region, climate change has repercussions on the salinization of fresh water. As the consequence, population is suffering from a lack of…
Initiated in March 2016, Women2030 programme is constituted by a coalition of 5 women and gender network organizations. They cooperate together in…
GenderCC – Women for Climate Justice’s “Gender into Urban Climate Change Initiative” is a project which explores options for integrating gender and…
The Klima-Allianz, an alliance of German civil society organisations, presented their joined program of measures for climate protection “Wann, wenn…
A new report by Plan International and the SEI - Stockholm Environment Institute Asia Centre in Bangkok about climate change challenges faced by…