Project duration: 2022 - 2023
The BMU study ‚Zukunft? Jugend fragen!‘ shows that for young people in Germany ecological and social concerns have to be tackled together. It also shows that young WLINTA* (Women, Lesbian, Inter, Non-Binary and Trans people) play an important role in German youth environmental organizations and campaigns. However, this has so far been more the case with representation (also to the outside world) than with setting topics, e.g. in relation to gender equality issues.
GenderCC's project "Ju*gend - Youth, Gender & Climate Justice" will work with German youth associations to develop an innovative tool for checking the gender effects of projects, programs and measures that will allow for youth organizations to be able to combine the topic of gender equality in practice with environmental and climate policy and to design their own campaigns, measures and programs in a gender-sensitive manner. The project started in 2022 and will end in 2023.
Project duration: 2017 - ongoing
Intiated by GenderCC and LIFE, this project will promote the integration of gender justice in international climate politics and within the global climate justice movement. Selected activists and gender experts from environmental groups and women’s organisations, primarily from the Global South, will be supported in their attempts to connect local struggles for climate and gender justice with the UNFCCC process, enabling networking with other actors.