Jamaican artists are joined by Pacific poet Karlo Mila for a unique event, debuting a performance responding to the themes of climate change and gender.
The Foundation, in partnership with the Small Grants Programme of the Global Environmental Facility at United Nations Development Programme, and the Institute for Gender and Development Studies at the University of the West Indies is hosting a dialogue with 23 representatives from Caribbean civil society and other key stakeholders, which aims to enhance the region’s capacity to apply gender intersectionality to its climate change programming.
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The Foundation offers grants of up to £50,000 in support of innovative project ideas and approaches that seek to strengthen the ability of civic voices to engage with governments.