On the 13th of November, during the 22nd Conference of the Parties, thousands of people from all backgrounds will walk through the streets of Marrakech to ensure that our expectations for our leaders are heard loudly and clearly.
Let us come together in order to bring justice and fairness into the center of discussions and negotiations at COP22, and at all upcoming COPs so that differential policies and funding may be integrated into solutions. Within decisions, gender and human rights approaches, the impact on persons with disabilities, migrants, children and future generations, as well as the fact that countries of the South are experiencing the most marked consequences of climate deregulation must all be taken into account. Moreover, a fundamental review of the current economic model, which generates climate crises, wars and social inequalities, is beyond necessary.
Climate crisis is a reality, but it is up to us to take responsibility in order to change this. Together, let us face one of the greatest challenges of humanity in order to protect our health, our food, our water, our environment and our air in order to create today the jobs of tomorrow. To change everything, we need everyone.
Join the Climate March on the 13th of November in Marrakech at 2pm at the El Harti Stadium to demonstrate our deep and bold commitment to climate issues that will only become stronger in 2017 and going forward.
Interview with Mrs. Fatiha Chtatou, president of the Injaz Center against gender based violence, related to the subject of the safe abortion, the consensual relations and the position of the feminist movement (Arabic)
the caravan of radio and gender
ACCOMPANIMENT OF THE 2015 ELECTIONS PREPARATIONS
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