Feminist Communities for Climate Justice is a campaign for climate justice that reflects feminist and community work values. We mobilise communities, ensuring social inclusion and equality are central to climate policies and programmes.
This partnership between the National Women’s Council and Community Work Ireland amplifies the voices of women and marginalised communities that are most impacted by climate change, building momentum in communities to engage, understand and influence climate policies.
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To learn more about the project or to get involved, please get in touch with Project Coordinator Collette McEntee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feminist Communities for Climate Justice will develop a feminist and community work analysis, deliver an accredited training programme, establish a Communities for Climate Justice Network, and develop resources and campaigns.
Please find below the Project Literature Review that the Project Team produced following in-house desk research and meetings with various people from community work, feminist, climate and social justice areas. The review is a working and evolving document subject to updates and changes as the project progresses.
Feminist Communities for Climate Justice is a part of the Community Climate Action Programme: Climate Education, Capacity Building and Learning by Doing (Strand 2) and is funded by the Government of Ireland through the Department of Environment Climate and Communications