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The Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) stands in solidarity with women all over the world in raising their voice against all forms of gender-based violence and in calling to end all forms of discrimination, exploitation and oppression that women face amid the climate crisis. 

Attached is the 2nd part of our statement for the UN 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. This focuses on how gender justice is an integral component in the climate justice fight. Kindly circulate in your organizations and networks. Thank you!

Climate 16Days vs VAW

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“The climate crisis and the worsening inequality are intertwined. Millions of people are struggling to survive under a highly unequal and unjust economic system. The pandemic and its economic fall-out have worsened their situation. These conditions render them most vulnerable to climate change impacts which in turn will lead to greater displacement and impoverishment.”

Protests to Fight Inequality Call on Davos to go Beyond Economic Recovery

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Women are at the frontlines of climate change: as protagonists contending with the gendered impacts of the climate emergency and as stakeholders shaping climate discourse and actions.

International Women's Day

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“Climate change is escalating rapidly and will continue to do so unless stopped. We are raising the alarm because we only have a very short window of time to do what must be done.”

Groups raise the alarm on a Climate Emergency

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The Kingdom of Bahrain, through the National Oil and Gas Authority, is hosting the 21st Board Meeting of the Green Climate Fund from 17-20 October 2018, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Manama.

Green Climate Fund