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TWITTER CHAT ON UNFCCC GENDER DECISION
Highlights of the Twitter chat with Christiana Figueres, UNFCCC Excecutive Secretary, are compiled in storify now. The chat was organised by GGCA and aimed at discussing the key...
PUBLICATION GREEN AND CARING ECONOMY
The documentation of the the workshop, its background and results as well as additional contributions from participants, is now available for download.
MOMENTUM FOR CHANGE: WOMEN FOR RESULTS
On March 8, the International Women’s Day, the UNFCCC Secretariat launched the call for applications for Momentum for Change: Women for Results.
A new publication covering a Sustainability Orientated Gender Impact Assessment (GIA) - elaborated with the context of international Cooperation, City and Transport has been issued by KfW Entwicklungsbank. The study, conducted by Meike Spitzner, Frank Weiler, Rahma Andi and Jeff Turner in Jakarta, exposes gender problems that are created or reproduced because of urban transport policies and determines ways of promoting positive gender impacts through urban transport projects.
This study, commissioned by the European Parliament, has been conducted as a cooperation between the University of East London and the Wuppertal Institute/Germany. It focuses on women as users/consumers as well as workers in the transport sector. It shows how mobility patterns of women and men differ and is giving important impulses for sustainable and gender-just transport and mobility policies.
Find out more about the project.