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Register now! HLPF Side Event: Feminist forest governance, our future

7 Jul 2022
HLPF, New York

You are warmly invited to our official side event tomorrow, 7 July, at the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in New York, which is entitled “Feminist forest governance, our future”. The panelists at this event will share key analysis of the global developments and examples of good forest governance practices at the national level, as inspiration for inclusive, coherent and integrated SDG implementation at the local level. Ecofeminist methodologies and tools will also be shared.

🗓 Tomorrow: 7 July 2022

⏰ When: 7:30 – 9:00 am EDT // 13:30 Berlin Time // 18:30 Bangkok Time 

📌 Where: Online, register here. 

🗣️ Interpretation: English, Spanish, French

About event

The year 2022 is characterised by a number of important international negotiations and summits on environmental and gender equality issues, such as the negotiations on new targets for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) where a standalone ‘Gender Target’ is proposed, as well as the Stockholm+50 conference on environmental governance, where ambitious and forward looking commitments are being made by environmental ministries, and the UN Environment Assembly that agreed on new resolutions to support biodiversity conservation, as well as the resolution of the Human Rights Council on the human right to a healthy, safe and clean environment, and finally, the Commission on the Status of Women’s outcome, that provides key messages on gender-transformative environmental policies including biodiversity, climate and forest policies.

Agenda

00:00 – Welcoming & agenda setting

00:10 – Tackling opposition: Good practices and tools for gender-transformative forest and biodiversity policies 

  • Moderator: Chithira Vijayakumar, Global Forest Coalition
  • Women’s leadership in community forest conservation – Ernestine Leikeki, Cameroon Gender Equality Watch
  • Rejecting false solutions and promoting real solutions to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss. Also, sharing about the Standalone Gender Target in the Global Biodiversity Framework –  Simone Lovera from Global Forest Coalition
  • Indigenous women ancient wisdom serves forest protection in Malaysia – Anne Lasimbang, Pacos Trust

1:00 – Discussion with audience

1:25 – Conclusions and closing

Link for registration: Meeting Registration – Zoom