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In our understanding, Feminist Foreign Policy – dedicated to human security and putting people’s safety over the safety of states – acknowledges the climate crisis as a security issue and thus commits to fighting all factors directly and indirectly contributing to climate change. Only by striving for intersectional climate justice and accepting how the climate crisis already threatens and destroys livelihoods and makes people, especially marginalised communities, unsafe, we can achieve justice and security for everyone in the long run. Together with former Irish president and climate justice advocate Mary Robinson and Ugandan activist, feminist and environmentalist Dorothy Nalubega, we will discuss how to implement international climate agreements with an intersectional feminist approach, challenge the climate crisis as a parameter for conflict and migration and ways for Feminist Foreign Policy as means to rebalance power inequalities in the fight against climate change.
This webinar is a part of our ‘Climate Justice 4 All’ webinar series hosted in partnership with the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens.
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