Feminism Telesummit with Ursula Miniszewski - The Environment and Women’s Rights: What’s the Connection?
Climate change interventions can be a critical entry point for promoting women's equality in terms of land rights, economic and cultural rights, access to decision-making, and political participation. Ursula will expand your global reality with stories at the intersection between women's rights, environmental justice and climate change.
Ursula Miniszewski on The Environment and Women’s Rights - What’s the Connection?
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Climate change interventions can be a critical entry point for promoting women's equality in terms of land rights, economic and cultural rights, access to decision-making, and political participation.
Ursula Miniszewski, Gender and Environment Program Manager at Global Greengrants Fund, will expand your global reality with wonderful stories and the good news of changes coming for the future:
- Case Studies: Women climate leaders implementing scalable solutions.
- Supporting women leaders stepping up to the challenges.
Women at the grassroots are coming up with concrete solutions in their communities as their rural communities face extreme weather and new cycles of drought and flooding. Despite leading some of the boldest and most successful climate projects, they receive little attention and scant backing from typical funders. The work Green Grants is doing is rare. Please check out their website, follow their work, get involved they need us to be informed and to participate as part of the solution. We are glad for such an effective organization supporting Women around the world!
Global Greengrants Fund is a non-governmental organization approaching issues from a community perspective, and funding grassroots involvement in environmental justice. Global Greengrants helps you influence, advocate on issues you care about, and invest in the people who have the most to lose from climate change and are acting now.