The film is produced as part of the project “Gender Dimensions of implementing the BRS conventions” by WECF, WEP Nigeria (Women Environmental Programme) and BaliFokus with support of the BRS Conventions secretariat and the governments of Germany and Sweden. All activities are based on the Gender Action Plan of the BRS Conventions and contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030, in particular SDG 5 on Gender Equality and SDG 12 on Sustainable Production and Consumption. Learn more about what WECF and WEP are doing towards realising gender equality within the sustainable development agenda, visit our #Women2030 website: www.women2030.org
The film was screened in the presence of the protagonists from government and civil society at a high level event organised by Women Environmental Programme (WEP) Nigeria and WECF on the 10th of January at Royal Choice Inn in Abuja, followed by a panel discussion including the Ministry of Environment and the UN. The film is accompanied by the publication “Gender Dimensions of Hazardous Chemicals and Waste policies under the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions”.