R: [women-csd] Report and analysis of the gendercc activities at COP13/CMP3
Thank You Ulrike and thank you all who are contributing on all levels to this work.
Jutta Steigerwald, Rome/Italy
Da: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Per conto di Ulrike Röhr
Inviato: giovedì 31 gennaio 2008 13.56
Oggetto: [women-csd] Report and analysis of the gendercc activities at COP13/CMP3
"COP13 in Bali: from a gender perspective, a significant breakthrough was achieved: For the first time in UNFCCC history, a worldwide network of women, gendercc – women for climate justice, was established. The group published several position papers articulating the women’s and gender perspectives on the most pressing issues under negotiation. And for the first time a range of activities on women’s and gender issues was organized by various organisations and institutions. And they met with interest, increasing awareness, and increased expression of commitment to gender justice from a number of stakeholders. "
The analysis of the gender activities at COP13/CMP3 can be read in the preprint of an article cited above which will be published in the book edited by Velma Grovers "Global warming and Climate Change: Kyoto ten years and Still Counting" (forthcoming, Spring 2008). There is also a full chapter in the book "Solidarity in the Greenhouse: Gender Equality and Climate Change" dealing with women's participation and gender mainstreaming in the UNFCCC process.
The full report of our activities at COP13/CMP3 is now available too. The activities are based on our long-term involvement and strategy, which was developed in the end of 2004 already: "Gender & Climate Change: Issues, Entry Points and Strategies for the Post-2012 Process and Beyond".
The reports, articles, strategy and position paper are available at www.genanet. de/unfccc. html?&L=1
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