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FEATURE: Theatre of the Oppressed: challenging top-down approaches to climate change

Theatre of the Oppressed is a powerful tool that allows climate change experts and high-level stakeholders to connect with climate change discussions from a more emotional, humanistic perspective.


WEBINAR: What if gender became an essential, standard element of vulnerability assessments?

Hosted by Oxfam, this webinar will draw on experiences from development practitioners and consider what we have learnt on the importance of integrating gender issues into Vulnerability Assessments.

EVENT: Can climate finance be directed where it’s needed most?

On 26 Feb CDKN and AlertNet gathered together experts from Africa Group of Negotiators, UNFCCC, ODI, DECC and Oxfam to take part in an online debate – What next for climate finance?

EVENT: All that glitters – what next for climate finance?

Join CDKN and Alertnet in a debate with experts on the state of climate finance – and how to make climate finance work for the poorest, today at 13:00 GMT.

FEATURE: Transitional Committee takes stock of the Green Climate Fund

Pakistan’s lead negotiator climate change, Farrukh Iqbal Khan, gives CDKN an inside look at the second meeting of the Green Climate Fund Transitional Committee in Tokyo last month. Read here what the Committee learnt from their workshop on existing funds, and take a look at Farrukh’s thoughts on the potential role of the private sector.

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