We would like to congratulate Dr. Mey Eltayeb Ahmed, Women Delegates Fund Delegate, and Climate Change and Peace building Focal Point Consultant of the United Nations Environment Programme, on her recent paper, A Gender Justice Approach to Eliminating Sudan’s Savannah Belt’s Vulnerability to Climate Change, in the International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management.

Arguing that a gendered invisibility surrounding climate justice contributes to the overall vulnerability and burden placed upon the ability of women from disadvantaged communities, the purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the importance of developing a participative gender framework for climate justice with the potential to address the policy and programme vulnerability gap within climate change and conflict in Sudan’s Savannah Belt.

You may access the abstract here.


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