BONN, Germany (May 18, 2016) – Contributing to the May Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB44) focus on gender issues and climate change, we are pleased to release – UNFCCC: Progress on Achieving Gender Balance. By the Numbers: A Quick Overview. 

Since 2008, women on average have made up just over 30% of delegates at the annual summit, according to data gathered by WEDO.

While being able to visually see representation changing is an important part of transformational change, the challenge can be if that overshadows large structural inequalities.

Download the factsheet in English [PDF] to see the latest data on women’s participation and representation at the UNFCCC.

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