The impact of the Lima Work Programme on Gender and its Gender Action Plan
16 -18 June 2019 at SB 50 in Bonn, Germany
AHH, Upper Conference Room
This three day workshop on the impact of the Lima Work Programme on Gender (LWPG) and its Gender Action Plan (GAP) will be held during the SB 50 in Bonn, Germany with the below objectives:
- Provide data and information on the successes and challenges in implementing the Lima Work Programme on Gender (LWPG) and its Gender Action Plan (GAP), the short- and long-term impacts, as an input to the review of the LWGP and GAP to be initiated at SBI 50.
- Provide an opportunity for those Parties and entities who have invested or participated in activities in support of the LWGP and GAP to showcase their action and share experiences.
The format will be a mix of plenary presentations and smaller group work, as well as a poster exhibition that will be available before, during and after the workshop sessions.
Video links and presentations are available in this homepage.
Initial unedited draft informal workshop report.
Please see the programme here.
Ms. Bridget Burns - (WGC) WEDO: WGC in Action Key Activities in Support of A.1
Ms. Julia Wolf - FAO, and Sadya Ndoko - UNDP: Trainings on gender-responsive adaptation planning in agriculture
Ms. Verona Collantes-Lebale - UN Women:
Ms. Outi Honkatukia - Finland: Gender balance on national delegations
Ms. Fololita Sienisia Sila - Tonga: Pacific women leadership & climate diplomacy training
Ms. Verona Collantes-Lebale - UN Women: Implementation of UNFCCC’s Gender Action Plan 1.0: Improving women’s participation
Ms. Brianna Craft - IIED: European Capacity Building Iniciative
Ms. Kerstin Stendahl- IPCC: IPCC Task Group on Gender
Ms. Fleur Newman - UNFCCC: Coherence and constituted bodies
Ms. Verona Collantes-Lebale - UN Women: Inter-agency and UN collaboration on gender and climate change
Ms. Talia Calnek Sugin – NDC: NDC Partnership Knowledge Portal: Tools to accelerate gender-responsive climate action.
Ms. Susanne Olbrisch - UNDP: HARNESSING gender equality within NDC Process for accelerating developmental outcomes.
Mr. Bernd-Markus Liss - GIZ: Remarkable women in transport. Female change-makers transforming mobility
Ms. Keshab Raj Goutam - Nepal: Climate Budget tagging in Agriculture sector with focus on policies, risks and gender-based beneficiaries
Ms. Angie Dazé - IISD/NAP Global Network: Gender in National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes
Ms. Jackie Siles - IUCN: Advancing gender-responsive implementation
Ms. Fleur Newman - UNFCCC: Activities Priority Area E - monitoring and reporting
Ms. Karina Larsen - CTCN: Implementation of Priority Area E – Monitoring and reporting
Ms. Emma Letellier - France: Declaration of intention of support for G.R.E.A.T. (Gender Responsive Environmental Action & Training)