WECF and Women Major Group partners submit their proposals for UNEA-3
Read our full proposal here.
WECF and Women Major Group partners submitted their proposals for Ministerial Outcome of the 3rd United Nations Environment Assembly calling for a strengthening of the language on the following points;
- protecting children from pollution, as they suffer life-long irreversible effects
- avoiding recycling of toxic waste back into childrenís toys and other consumer products
- understanding womenís and menís different gender roles and health impacts from hazardous chemical pollution.
Petition: calling for international solidarity to support environmental defenders Victoria Tauli-Corpuz & Joan Carling
Feminists Condemn Philippines President Duterteís Accusation of Activists and Indigenous People Leaders as Terrorists
Using community-based data monitoring to track gender equality realities on the ground
New York: Official Side Event to CSW62
Implementing Agenda 2030 in Georgia: Where Are We Now?
WECF organised with Georgian government and the UN a workshop on the Sustainable Development Goals in Tbilisi, 19-21 February 2018
22.02.2018 | Tbilisi, Georgia
What Has Gender Got To Do with Chemicals?
WECF, WEP and Balifokus present new publication and documentary film at United Nations
The Only Way to Honour the Dead is to Fight Like Hell for the Living!
Gender Day Action at the Climate Negotiations (COP23): Women's Human Rights and Environmental Defenders (WHRDs) Resist