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UNHS CSW66 Official Side Event: Dialogue Reflections and Suggestions Report

Members of UN House Scotland's Climate and Gender Team have worked to create a report following their virtual event titled CSW66 Official Side Event: Dialogue Reflections and Suggestions.

"This event was organised in response to The Commission of the Status of Women 66 (CSW66) - a landmark event where CSW first recognised the connections between climate change and gender inequality; focusing on how all women and girls are disproportionately affected by the impacts of climate change, such as droughts or floods. Accordingly, we have compiled the forthcoming report from the outcomes and views of those participants present at our event; which we hope to be the first of many dialogue sessions that we, at UNHS, will host on this important and timely topic. "

A PDF file of the report can be downloaded below.

To learn more about the work of the Climate and Gender Team, click here.

UNHS CSW66 Official Side Event_ Dialogue Reflections and Suggestions
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