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The Women 2030 Programme is being implemented in countries across different regions of the world. It is constituted by a coalition of 5 women+ and gender network organisations collaborating to realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a gender-equitable and climate-just way. The coalition is part of a year framework partnership agreement with the European Commission’s International Cooperation arm (DEVCO) called “Women 2030 CSOs implementing SDGs Agenda.”

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1106, 2017

Regional Consultation Meeting for Africa Major Groups and Stakeholders

GrassRootsAfrica, representing Women Environmental Programme and Women2030, attended Regional Consultation Meeting for Africa Major Groups and Stakeholders Prior to the 16th African Ministerial Conference on Environment( AMCEN-United Nations Environment Programme) in Gabon. The meeting gave an opportunity to African civil society representatives and other actors like women, youth, indigenous peoples and smallholder farmers – to discuss emerging global perspectives and actions on climate change and the implications of the Paris Agreement for Africa as well as the SDGs and Agenda 2063.

2505, 2017

Women2030 in Bonn for the UNFCCC negotiations

Going forward in shaping the rules for the implementation of the Paris Agreement, while taking the gender perspective into account “This meeting will enable governments to push further on the rules for making the Paris Agreement fully operational”, said UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa for the launch of the intersession, which was held from 8 to 18 May in Bonn. Laurence Tubiana, ex-French ambassador for climate change, added: “This dialogue is essential to prepare for COP23”. With this in mind WECF attended the intersession, together with other civil society organisations members of the Women and Gender Constituency, to make women’s voices heard in the negotiations. Gender Action Plan (GAP) The two weeks of negotiations were particularly important to make progress on the elaboration of the Gender Action Plan (GAP), which is to be adopted during COP23. The GAP aims at fostering the integration of gender in the implementation of the Paris Agreement, as stated in the decision made during COP22. Numerous parties and representatives of the civil society, divided into 5 working groups, participated in the 2-day workshop organised from 10 to 11 May. The workshop enabled the elaboration of fruitful and well-structured proposals, which objectives are quantifiable and measurable [...]

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Gender equality and women’s rights as a crucial pillar to achieving the sustainable development goals, the SDGs

Women2030

The Women 2030 project is being implemented in countries across different regions of the world. It is constituted by a coalition of 5 women+ and gender network organisations collaborating to realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a gender-equitable and climate-just way. The coalition is part of a 5 year framework partnership agreement with the European Commission’s International Cooperation arm (DEVCO) called “Women 2030 CSOs implementing SDGs Agenda.”

#Women2030 supports the implementation of the Agenda 2030. With activities at international, regional, national, and grass-roots level, the coalition integrates many of the SDGs in its work. Particular focus is on Gender Equality (SDG 5); Universal access to Water and Sanitation (#SDG6); Sustainable Energy (#SDG7); Decent Work (#SDG8); Sustainable Production and Consumption (#SDG12); Climate Action (#SDG13); Conserving Forests and Biodiversity (#SDG15).

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