Empowering women, public space and climate changeĀ 

Date: 18 January 2024
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Third-party event
Image of three young women (head and shoulders shot) standing with their arms around each other, laughing, against a treed, outdoor background, on a sunny spring / summer day.

Join us for our 10th session in the series of talks, where we bring together thought leaders from UN representative organisations. In this insightful event, we’ll delve into the crucial intersectionality of climate action, public space and gender empowerment, exploring both institutional strategies and real-world projects that create positive impacts on communities.

Discover first-hand insights from UNITAR, UN Habitat and UN Women, as they showcase successful initiatives and policies that seamlessly integrate gender perspectives into climate actions within the urban / rural public spaces. Learn from the UN Agency representatives as prominent sector players, about their impactful projects that effectively merge climate considerations with women’s empowerment in the built environment.

The session will unfold institutional strategies employed by UN agencies and how they embed gender considerations in climate policies the urban agenda, fostering collaboration for global impact.

As we delve into the specifics of each representative, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of projects that successfully integrate climate and gender considerations, creating tangible positive impacts on communities. Engage in a dynamic Q&A session, pose your questions, and contribute to the dialogue on the integration of climate action and women’s empowerment.

Our closing remarks will summarise key takeaways, emphasising the importance of collaborative efforts in addressing climate change, public space and gender empowerment.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with participants during our informal networking session, fostering potential collaborations and continuing discussions beyond the event.

Join us in paving the way for a more sustainable and inclusive future at the crossroads of climate change, women’s empowerment, and public space.