[This was a policy brief submitted to our gender and development class in UEA] Fiji, an island country comprised of more than 300 islands and atolls, is one of the … Continue reading Increasing women’s resilience in Fiji through participatory governance
In 2017, I was invited to join the first International Congress on Climate Change in Huelva, Spain. Here I talked about gender and climate change and why it is important … Continue reading Congreso International de Cambio Climatico Huelva 2017
“The absence of women, particularly those from the global South, from national and international discussions and decision-making on climate change and development must change. The battle to protect the environment … Continue reading [Policy Brief] Gender and Climate Change
Around the world, women have been actively seeking solutions to climate change. For some, women are seen as weak and vulnerable, and it is no different when it comes to … Continue reading No Climate Justice Without Gender Justice
Today is Young Feminist Day at the COP21 and earlier this morning, around 50 women gathered to share stories and experiences on working in the climate justice movement. Gender rights … Continue reading We Need Women to Solve the Climate Crisis
Young feminists from different parts of the world have gathered in Paris on the third day of climate negotiations, known as the Conference of Parties (COP) 21, sharing stories and … Continue reading Empowering Women is Part of the Climate Solution
BONN, Sep 2 2015 (IPS) – After surviving the storm surge wreaked by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in November 2013, women in evacuation centres found themselves again fighting for … Continue reading Women in the Face of Climate Change
#OOTD when I was harassed: plum colored dress Body parts showing: face, neck, some décolletage, arms, hands, fingers, lower leg, portion of my feet Number of men touching their crotches while … Continue reading Still provoking you?