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Climate Feminists Weekend Summer School

August 21 @ 10:00 am - August 22 @ 7:00 pm

Free – £22.15
Summer School and Feminist Climate Ambassadors Weekend Summer School and Climate Ambition Summit

About this event

 

Climate Summer School and Feminist Climate Ambassadors

Weekend Summer School in the run up to COP26 United Nations Climate Conference

 

Programme

Day 1 August 20th 2021 Introductory afternoon

Session 1 Introductions and familiarisations

Introduction to the Climate Feminist Ambassador Project

Introduction to the Green European Foundation

Introduction to GEIClimate and The Green Economics Institute and welcome

 

Short Break

 

Session 2

Networking with all particpants in break out rooms

Introduction to the Issues about climate change

Introduction and scene setting about feminist climate issues

 

Session 3 Opening Plenary

Impacts of climate change on women- historical and archaeological perspectives and understandings and insights -gender impacts and intersectional impacts and implications -demographics -contraction and convergence and the SDGs- feminist perspectives – indigenous womens perspectives

 

Session 4 climate equity-green recovery- jobs for the boys- sharing a common future- women and intersectional feminst perspectives

 

Session 5 -team builder and networking and social – quiz –

Session 6- common climate dinner- and impacts -music

 

 

Day 2 August 21st 2021

Session 1- networking plenary and recap day 1

 

Session 2- Opening Plenary

Impacts of climate change on different demographics in more detail

Meeting people around the world and the lived experience of climate change for women:

climate change, oppressions and the SDGs impacts throughout the world -case studies

 

Session 3- Oppressions around the world- and climate implications

Meeting people around the world and the lived experience of climate change for women:

climate change, oppressions and the SDGs impacts throughout the world -case studies

 

Session 4 -Exploring main stream climate narratives- women as victims- women as saviours, women as sustainable spenders- ? The theoretical background

 

Lunch Break

 

Session 5- invisible women -women at the UN- women at COP -women missing from climate negotations, from think tanks, women experts, women in the climate dialogue-

Meeting people around the world and the lived experience of climate change for women,

climate change, oppressions and the SDGs impacts throughout the world -case studies

 

Session 6 -Exploring lived experiences and particular challenges of women of colour, indigenous women, LGBTQ+ women, older women and other groups marginalised decision making from the climate decision making.

 

Session 7- women as role models, pandemic and climate, womens leadership style

 

Sessions- 8 -women in the climate industry, in climate finance, climate science -how they are challenging the status quo and how they are leaders today – introductions to key climate women

 

Session 9 – gender and feminist perspectives of green new deal, build back better, renewables, climate and green economy

 

Session 10 – empowering women -skills and information to take part in climate dialogue and in shaping a renewed climate future- the information and reports we need.

 

Day 3 August 22nd 2021

Session 1 -Networking and recap

Session 2- Opening Plenary – Introducing the COP United Nations Climate Event and our plans and how we can each plan to make a difference

Session 3 Enabling us to take part in climate leadership -the tools, the info, the skills, empowering us all. The GEI plans for COP26 and UN plans for COP26. Opportunities, strengths, weaknesses and threats.

Session 4- climate change, oppressions and the SDGs impacts throughout the world -case studies

Lunch Break

Session 5- the law and how to use it- the issues for women and gender – the institutional framework of climate change.

Lecturer- Professor Alexandra Harrington

Session 6- Fish bowl takeaways and thoughts and outputs.

Session 7- Closing plenary and plans for the next sessions and COP 26 Glasgow and Kunming, China- next steps and take aways.

Details

Start:
August 21 @ 10:00 am
End:
August 22 @ 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free – £22.15
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Venue

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