“Climate change does not discriminate, we will all be affected.” True or not true?
Not true. Women are hit so much harder by the climate crisis than men. The chances of them dying during a climate disaster is 14 x bigger and 80 percent of all climate refugees are women. Yet, politicians are barely moving into action to stop this rapidly unfolding disaster. So we will need increase the pressure!
Join the Climate Justice Summer School below and learn how to make decision makers listen. Together we will make that difference! The Summer School has no charge, all it costs is your time and motivation!
You will meet your fellow Summer School participants on June 19th, at the Climate March in Rotterdam, so keep that day free in your schedules!
In phase 1 of the program you will gain in depth knowledge, meet inspirational experts, activists, and government officials from across the globe, and develop the skills needed to make a difference. These sessions will be held from the 6th of July until the 10th of august on Wednesdays. They will be approximately 2 hour session in the evening. Some will be held in person and some can be followed online.
In phase 2 you will be spilt into teams to develop actions to push, nudge, guide, and encourage law makers, policy makers, government officials and politicians to take a stand for gender just climate action at COP27. You will be guided by campaigning and activism experts from ActionAid in how to create you action to ensure that it resonates with the people you are targeting and will help drive the solutions forward. We will host three campaiging workshops on Wednesday 31st of August, the 14th and 28th of September. Then during the month of October you will be doing the actions you have been preparing for all summer!
If you have and questions please reach out to Marjon Melissen firstname.lastname@example.org.
Write a short letter of motivation (1/2 A4 to 1 A4) and upload it before June 12th 2022 with your name, e-mail address and phone number. We will be in touch!
As there are limited spots available we cannot guarantee that everyone will get a chance to take part in the program.
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