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Webinaire et discussion sur la justice de genre et le cadre mondial pour la biodiversité post-2020

19 May 2022
Virtual

Rejoignez-nous le 19 mai 2022 à 13h00-14h30 UTC / 15h00-16h30 CEST (9h00 New York) pour un webinaire et un échange de connaissances sur “la justice de genre et le cadre mondial pour la biodiversité post-2020”. Inscrivez-vous sur tinyurl.com/GBFgender 

Les parties à la Convention sur la diversité biologique (CDB) négocient actuellement un plan stratégique pour la période post-2020 qui comprendra des objectifs, des cibles et des indicateurs visant à accélérer la mise en œuvre de la Convention, ainsi qu’un plan d’action en faveur des femmes. Un grand nombre d’objectifs, de cibles et d’indicateurs ne sont pas sensibles à la dimension de genre, et il n’y a toujours pas de consensus sur un objectif autonome en matière de genre.

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This webinar will share information and views between members and allies of the Global Forest Coalition (GFC), Women Engaged for a Common Future (WECF) and their patterns in the Green Livelihood Alliance (GLA), as well as broader women’s networks, on strategies to ensure that the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework will be gender-just and gender-transformative.

The event will start with three introductory presentations by Southern rightsholder groups and NGOs:

Mrinalini Rai, director of Women4Biodiversity in Thailand and convenor of the CBD Women’s Caucus, will share the perspective of women’s groups on gender justice in the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.

Lucy Mulenkei, director of the Indigenous Information Network (IIN) in Kenya and co-facilitator of the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity will share the perspective of Indigenous women on gender justice in biodiversity policies and the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.

Andrea Echeverri of Censat Agua Viva/Friends of the Earth Colombia, and one of the partners of the Green Livelihood Alliance (GLA) in Colombia, will share the results of an analysis on obstacles to the implementation of the CBD in the field of traditional knowledge and the conservation of community forests and territories from a gender perspective.

The introductions will be followed by an open discussion.

The meeting will be held in English with Spanish-English interpretation. Please indicate before 15 May on the registration form if you would like interpretation into French or Russian.