Kulima has written an analysis paper and related briefing note on the gender implications of the Paris Agreement. The paper outlines how inclusion of gender issues has evolved through the UNFCCC international policy process, and then highlights “missed opportunities” for gender inclusion within the language of the major articles of the Paris Agreement text, and their implications. The paper has been produced for the African Working Group on Gender and Climate Change, with the support of IDRC. It was requested by the Women and Gender Programme on Climate Change, which falls under the auspices of the Committee of African Heads of State and Governments on Climate Change (CAHOSCC). The paper will form part of a presentation at a side event at COP 22 on 9th November, and subsequently to develop a strategic framework for action.
- Kulima participated in kick off meeting for new research on gender and pastoralism June 24, 2022
- Kulima participated in “Learning Climate: Forging shared solutions on education, environment and climate change” at Wilton Park June 17, 2022
- Kulima participated in presentation to NORAD on transformative adaptation May 30, 2022
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