It's have been less than a year since we launched this unified call connecting women's rights and climate justice and demanding real action, from global UN negotiations to national movements and local response.
We have succeeded in bringing close to 200 organizations together from dozens of countries across 6 continents along with thousands of women, girls and allies, who have signed up in support. But there is still a lot of work to do.
Just in 2016 so far, we've seen tangible impacts of our changing climate and the disproportional impact on women and communities facing marginalization:Read more
Description: GenderCC, a global network of organisations, experts and activists, participate in the Airfield Run, a famous marathon at Tempelhofer Feld, the Airfield Run. Six women will run the total length of the marathon together, wearing GenderCC T-Shirts to spread this message: The world needs to reach international agreements that guarantee climate justice at COP21. To achieve this, women should be included in decision making and gender just climate policies should be established.Read more
Description: We joined the city's weekend-bike ride in one of the major streets to draw some attention on what women want to say about climate change and what they think they need. We invited people, particularly women, to know more about the climate agreement which for many of them is something they have never heard of and as part of the campaign invited them to write their own message about climate change and what they think needs to be done.Read more
Description: Lors du week-end des Alternatiba à Lyon (France - 69), l'Appel Mondial des Femmes pour la Justice climatique a été lu sur scène par un choeur de femmes.Read more
Description: The Global Movement for Seed Freedom joins the Women's Global Call for Climate Justice and invites you to join people and communities around the globe, from the 2nd to the 16th of October to celebrate our seeds, our soils, our land, our territories, and to create an Earth Democracy based on Living Seed, Living Soil, healthy communities and living economies. We are living in a changing and challenging world. We clearly have two totally different world orders, two totally different world views, two totally different paradigms evolving. One is based on ONE Corporation with one paradigm, one agriculture, monopolies, monocultures, crushing the soil, crushing the biodiversity, crushing the small farmers, crushing our bodies with disease. On the other hand we have billions of species, millions of people. We, the people – cannot fail the Earth, each other and the future. If each of us takes a pledge to protect the Living Seed and protect the Living Soil, to grow our food as close to home aRead more
The Women Environmental Programme, based in Nigeria, will coordinate with other networks/alliances on a series of communications activities to build awareness for a just and gender-responsive climate agreement in Paris at COP21. WEP will host a consultative forum on gender and climate change, focusing on the disproportionate climate change impacts which women are most vulnerable in terms of disruption of livelihood, global inequality, sourcing for energy, and adaptation and mitigation strategies.Read more
We will be coordinating national and regional CSO groups to raise the level of national and regional awareness in pacific small island states on the urgency of climate justice, and the need to integrate gender justice and women’s human rights into all Pacific initiatives by governments and CSOs and social movements, including urgent action before COP21; Ensuring that diverse Pacific women and girls are directly engaged in analysis, advocacy and movement building initiatives in urgent action before COP21.Read more
We will work across 10 state capitals in India, particular with women's groups, to explain the climate change negotiations process and the intended outcomes of the Paris Conference of Parties. It will be brought to the attention of the public how and why gender equality, human rights and justice need to be at the center of the agreement. In each of the state capitals, we will run awareness and advocacy programs involving representatives of the local government, academics, practitioners, women, youth, local citizens, CSOs and legislators.Read more
he Philippine Development Initiatives and Assistance for the Rural Sectors, Inc. (PDIARS), working with the Filipino women's movement, will launch a series of actions to engage embassies from major polluters based in our country- to make demands for climate justice.Read more
Individual/Team Energy,Economy,Solutions,Survival,Power,Climate JusticeRead more