Press Release “What has Gender got to do with Chemicals”.
The secretariat of the global chemicals conventions, the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions (BRS) jointly with WECF International, WEP Nigeria and Balifokus Indonesia, announce the release of a film “What has Gender got to do with Chemicals”.
The documentary film follows two Women’s Organisations, WEP and WECF, who are investigating how women and men are impacted by hazardous chemicals and waste in Nigeria, and how both contribute to solutions in halting pollution from chemicals and waste.
The film premiered during the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi, last week, and is being released to the general public via the website of the BRS secretariat and WECF International this week, on 14th of December 2017.
Read the full press release here.
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