Exploring the intersection between gender and climate change in the Caribbean: first conversation

Date & Time
9am, 4 June 2018 - 6pm, 5 June 2018
Location
United Nations House, Balmoral Gap, Bridgetown, Barbados
About the event

In quick succession Hurricanes Irma and Maria wrought unprecedented devastation in the Caribbean last year. It has been acknowledged that women and indigenous communities are more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

An exploratory civil society discussion hosted by the Commonwealth Foundation and the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme aims to map the intersection between gender and climate change in the Caribbean.

You can download the synopsis of the meeting at the link below.


Download gender and climate meeting synopsis: first discussion

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Discussion
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Location
United Nations House, Balmoral Gap, Bridgetown, Barbados
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