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Tracy raczek session 5 presentation
Tracy raczek session 5 presentation
Tracy raczek session 5 presentation
Tracy raczek session 5 presentation
Tracy raczek session 5 presentation
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  • 1. Will  Global     Climate  Change  Nego1a1ons     Advance     Gender  Equality  ?  
  • 2. Rights Based & Environmental International Instruments •     Norma've  /  so,  power     •       Enhance  legi'macy  of  issue   •     Fodder  for  legisla've  and  judiciary  reform   •   Provides  trac'on  for  civil  society  movements  
  • 3. Spectrum  of  Interna'onal  Instruments   Hard                                                                                                                                          So,   Treaty   Resolu-on   Conven-on   Plan  of  Ac-on   Declara-on  
  • 4. Gender  &  Youth  Language  in     Environment    or  Climate  Interna'onal  Instruments   Agenda  21  &  Rio  Declara-on  on  Environment  and  Development  (1992)   Youth  and  gender  dimensions  of  stake  holder  par'cipa'on  and  educa'on  rights   UN  Conven-on  to  Combat  Deser-fica-on  (1992)   Par'cipa'on  of  local  popula'ons  and  capacity-­‐building,  especially  involving  women  and   youth;  Educa'onal  opportuni'es  for  women  and  girls  in  iden'fica'on,  conserva'on   and  sustainable  use  and  management  of  the  natural  resources   Beijing  Declara-on  and  PlaHorm  for  Ac-on  (1995)   Girls  vulnerability  to  environmental  degrada'on,  food  security,  educa'on    and  labor  rights,     freedom  from  violence,  inter  alia   Hyogo  Framework  for  Ac-on  (HFA)  /  Building  the  Resilience  of  Na-ons  and   Communi-es  to  Disasters  (2005)   Disaster  risk  reduc'on  educa'on  for  youth  
  • 5. Kyoto  Protocol  to  the  United  Na-ons  Framework  Conven-on  on   Climate  Change  (UNFCCC)  (1997)   No  reference  to  girls,  women,  gender,  or  age…  
  • 6. Current  UNFCCC  Nego'a'on  Streams   KP.        Ad  hoc  Working  Group  on  further  commitments  for  Annex  I  Par-es   under  the  Kyoto  Protocol.  Established  by  Par'es  to  the  Protocol  (Montreal,  2005)  to  consider   further  commitments  of  industrialized  countries  under  the  Kyoto  Protocol  for  the  period  beyond  2012,   and  is  expected  to  con'nue  through  2010  and  possibly  beyond.   LCA.    Ad  hoc  Working  Group  on  Long-­‐term  Coopera-ve  Ac-on  under  the   Conven-on.  Established  (Bali,  2007)  to  conduct  nego'a'ons  on  a  strengthened  interna'onal  deal   on  climate  change,  is  expected  to  con'nue  through  2010  and  possibly  beyond.   __________________________________________________________________________________   SBI  .  Subsidiary  Body  for  Implementa-on:  The  SBI  makes  recommenda'ons  on  policy  and   implementa'on  issues  to  the  COP  and,  if  requested,  to  other  bodies.   SBSTA  ~  Subsidiary  Body  for  Scien-fic  and  Technological  Advice.  The  SBSTA  serves  as  a   link  between  informa'on  and  assessments  provided  by  expert  sources  (such  as  the  IPCC)   and  the  COP,  which  focuses  on  sebng  policy.  
  • 7. LCA. Long-term Cooperative Action    Adapta'on      Capacity-­‐building      REDD  Reducing  Emissions  from  Deforesta'on  &  Forest  Degrada'on      Mi'ga'on  Social  and  Economic  Consequences  of  Response  Measures      Shared  Vision   _______________________________________________   None  in  Technology  Transfer  or  Finance  
  • 8. Adapta-on   Follow  a  gender-­‐sensi-ve,  par-cipatory  approach  to  adapta'on  …     with  the  aim  of  integra-ng  adapta'on  ac'ons  into  relevant  social,   economic  and  environmental  policies;   Capacity-­‐building   Strengthen  climate  change  communica-on,  educa-on,  training  and   public  awareness    (at  all  levels)  taking  into  account  gender  issues;   Strengthening  par-cipatory  approach,  including  [women  and]  youth   REDD     Developing  countries’  na'onal  strategy  …  address…  gender   considera-ons…  ensuring  full  and  effec've  par-cipa-on  of  relevant   stakeholders   Mi-ga-on   [Take  into  account]  [address]  nega've  consequences  (for)  vulnerable   groups,  such  as  women  and  children   Shared  Vision    ...vulnerable  owing  to  youth,  gender,  age  or  disability  …   …stakeholders  engagement  on  (all  levels)  …  including  the  youth…  and   that  gender  equality  (is)  important  for  effec've  ac'on  on  all  aspects   of  climate  change…  
  • 9. Observer  Cons'tuencies  to  UNFCCC   Women  and  Gender  Organiza'ons    (provisional)                                               Youth  Organiza'ons  (provisional)     -­‐  Research  and  independent  non-­‐governmental  organiza'ons  (RINGO)   -­‐ Business  and  industry  non-­‐governmental  organiza'ons  (BINGO)   -­‐ Trade  Unions  non-­‐governmental  organiza'ons  (TUNGO)   -­‐   Environmental  non-­‐governmental  organiza'ons  (ENGO)   -­‐   Local  government  and  municipal  authori'es  (LGMA)   -­‐ Indigenous  peoples  organiza'ons  (IPO)  
  • 10. Thank  you     www.unifem.org

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