The Feminist Task Force, together with the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition (OVEC), the Civil Society Institute and our partners at the UN, the Loretto Community at the United Nations, present the first Women and Climate Justice Tribunal in the United States. The tribunal will be held May 10, 2012 in Charleston, West Virginia.The tribunal will feature the testimony of women throughout the Appalachian mountain region concerning the effects of mountaintop removal and other coal industry abuses on their lives, families, and communities.
LAUNCH OF THE “FTF IN U.S.” SERIES: WOMEN’S TRIBUNALS ON GENDER AND CLIMATE JUSTICE The Feminist Task Force launched the next series of the Women’s Tribunals on Gender and Climate […]
Feminist Task Force events and co-sponsored activities at the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW): SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FROM G20 TO Rio+20: STRATEGIES FOR EXPANDING THE FINANCING FOR GENDER […]
For the first time in Peru, rural women affected by climate change will make their voices heard by society and the public, creating awareness of the impact on their personal […]
With hurricane Jova hitting the Pacific coast of Mexico and Central America comes word from our friend and FTF member, Marta Benavides, that the Gender and Climate Justice Tribunal is […]
While some of us are organizing the Women’s Tribunals on Gender and Climate Justice around International Day for Rural Women (Oct. 15), World Food Day (Oct.16th) and International Day for […]