Third Webinar in the Just Transition Research Collaborative Webinar Series Justice in Low-Carbon Transitions
📅 Tuesday 27 October, 16.00-17.15 CET
For this third session in our series, join us for a conversation that will explore the interlinkages between gender justice and just transition. How do lived experiences differ for women in the male-dominated industries that receive much of the attention in current just transition debates? And what would a gender just transition look like? Based on examples from the US, Europe and Africa, we will delve into a debate about what kinds of just transitions hold the potential to achieve gender justice and why changing the value of different kinds of work might be necessary in order to achieve low-carbon sustainable development.
- Vivian Price, California State University at Dominguez Hills
- Stefania Barca, Center for Social Studies, University of Coimbra
- Ndivile Mokoena, genderCC South Africa
- Dipti Bhatnagar, Climate Justice & Energy Program Co-Coordinator Friends of the Earth International, Justiça Ambiental Mozambique
: Sarah Cook, Director, Institute for Global Development, UNSW Sydney
This webinar is the third in the series Justice in Low-Carbon Transitions
which covers the following topics.
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Photo: Timon Klauser (public domain via Unsplash)