#CSW66 Disability, Gender, and The Environment
Sisters of Frida and the National Council of Women of Great Britain host an online discussion to consider how climate change, environmental and disaster risk reduction affect Deaf and Disabled women.
In this session, we welcome participants from all parts of the globe who have different lived experiences to share their perspectives and contribute to policy discussions around how Deaf and Disabled women are affected by green issues.
Deaf and Disabled women need to be at the table discussing important issues, and the environment encapsulates several areas which deserve significant attention.
Captioning and BSL interpretation are provided.
Hosted by Sisters of Frida and the National Council of Women
Thursday March 24th 6pm (GMT)
Please get in touch if you have any further questions, or have difficulty with accessing the event. Contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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