#CSW66 Women’s roles in security at the heart of climate change crises
Climate change is likely to create huge migration flows of people escaping conflict and natural disasters to seek a better life.
SecurityWomen hosts an exploration of the plight of migrants and refugees escaping the impacts of climate change.
What security can they expect on their journey? And what awaits them in refugeee/lDP camps?
How can the security of women and girls be improved, and how can women contribute to that improvement?
Tuesday March 22nd – 10am EST / 2pm GMT
SecurityWomen, Juliet Colman and Barbara Cleary, will interview:
• Ellie Bird Lenawarungu, Strategic Policing Advisor, Kakuma Refugee Camp, Northern Kenya
• Winnie Gatsinzi, former UN police peacekeeper, Gender and Child Protection Officer, UNMISS, South Sudan
• USAID representative from Jordan’s refugee camps (TBC)