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Gender Day at COP 23/CMP 13/CMA 1-2 will highlight how gender-responsive climate policy and action can provide economic benefits to communities and create opportunities for raising ambition under national climate plans, while transforming lives, particularly of women and girls.


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14 Nov

Gender Day
 

8:00 - 9:30 

Networking Breakfast
Capacity for Change

pdf-icon Flyer (2675 kB)

 

The Capacity for Change networking event will celebrate capacity-building initiatives under the Convention, including those to advance gender-responsive climate policy and women’s leadership in climate diplomacy. While open to all, key invited guests will include National ACE and Gender Focal Points and Women Delegates Fund (WDF) participants 

Cafeteria near rooms
Kleiner Saal & Kaminzimmer, next to
Chamber Hall
Bula Zone 

11:30 - 13:00

High Level Event

pdf-icon Programme (399 kB)

The economic case for gender responsive climate action


This dialogue will shine a light on the compelling economic reasons why governments are seeking or promoting, and investors (private and public) are funding climate policy and action that considers the needs, perspectives and ideas of both women and men who are impacted by such policy and action. Unleashing the potential of all citizens to address the challenges of climate change can create opportunities for countries to raise ambition in their respective national climate plans

Room 2 

Bonn Zone

13:00 - 18:00

Market Place


Showcasing products and services that support the implementation of gender-responsive climate policy and action 

North East Walkway (leading from/to Room 2), Bonn Zone 

15 Nov

13:15 - 14:45

Joint UNFCCC/SEforAll
side event and networking reception


Leaving no one behind: designing and delivering
diversified energy services


SEforAll’s People Centered Accelerator aims to enhance clean energy access for the poorest people, who will not be reached by BAU approaches, by unlocking finance from private and public sources, strengthening collaboration and connections between stakeholders in the energy, gender and social justice sectors

Room 12

Bonn Zone

 

The side event
will be followed by a networking reception outside Room 12

Other events

8 Nov 

13:00 - 14:00

pdf-icon Feedback session (277 kB)

The secretariat will provide an update on the implementation of the Lima work programme on gender in 2017

 

The session is open to Parties and observers

 

pdf-icon CTCN - Gender Responsive Technology Assistance (960 kB)

WCCB

Room Tokio 

 

 



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