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Tanner session 5 presentation

  1. 1. Youth, gender and climate change: Moving from impacts to agency Thomas Tanner Institute of Development Studies (IDS), UK Conference on Adolescent Girls: Cornerstone of Society: 26th April 2010
  2. 2. Instrumental focus on impacts
  3. 3. Within this response, there are missing faces Source: Save the Children Bangladesh
  4. 4. Also fails to stress social justice dimensions Source: Patz et al, 2007 Ecohealth 4(4)
  5. 5. Justice and Child Rights Framings Key concerns Key rights affected Lack of access to water Rights to survival and and irrigation infrastructure development Insecure livelihoods / Right to education, access to education Right to survival and devt Right to non-discrimination Right to protection Insecurity associated with Right to protection risks of abuse Local environmental All particularly rights to degradation survival and development Source: Lack of voice or power Right to participate Polack, 2010. Children in a Changing Climate working paper
  6. 6. Realising agency 1 Opening procedural spaces from local to international scale
  7. 7. Realising agency 2 •  Different ways that children conceptualise risks and opportunities from climate change. Source: Tanner et al 2009 Participatory Learning and Action 60
  8. 8. Realising agency 3 •  Recognising the broader multiple benefits of child agency Implementation Analysis Mobilisation   Communication Source: Tanner 2010 Children and Society 24(3)
  9. 9. But enough of my voice… •  Participatory video made by group of young people in Barobo Eastern Samar, Philippines •  Barobo, The sinking Barangay
  10. 10. www.childreninachangingclimate.org T.tanner@ids.ac.uk

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