#GAGGAatCOP28 Side Event: Links and Resources


Join GAGGA, Fundo Casa Socioambiental, and Non-Timber Forest Products – Exchange Program (NTFP-EP) for a pivotal discussion on ensuring gender just climate policy and finance for women-led community-based organizations (CBOs). These CBOs, although leading some of the most impactful gender just climate solutions, often find themselves marginalized from mainstream financing and decision-making.

Event Highlights:

  • Hear from local CBO and NGO representatives how they implement gender just climate solutions
  • Learn more about the current obstacles they face to access finance and meaningfully engage in decision-making processes
  • Engage in an interactive dialogue between practitioners, governmental representatives and philanthropic donors to make gender-just climate policy and finance a reality

Event Details:

  • Date: Sunday, 3 December 2023
  • Time: 13:15 – 14:45 UAE Time
  • Venue: SE Room 7, Expo City Dubai
  • Online Participation: Register here.

Whether you’re attending in person or virtually, this event is tailored to offer an inclusive experience. We ensure accessibility with closed captions and multiple language interpretations.

Resources

Co-Organizers

Alianza Fondos del Sur/ Socio-Environmental Funds of the Global South

Non Timber Forest Products Exchange Programme Asia (NTFP-EP Asia)

Casa Socio-Environmental Fund

Publications


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