8 episodes

This podcast will explore perspectives on climate action from women in Scotland and around the world. Our aim is to outline the current struggles of local communities and build solidarity and awareness of women's rights within climate justice. We will bring together community leaders resisting environmental destruction and promoting collective change. With these discussions, we hope to inform environmental and social policy and widen engagement in the themes of gender and climate justice.

Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk

Connecting Women's Voices on Climate Justice: Perspectives from Scotland and Around the World United Nations House Scotland

    • Education

This podcast will explore perspectives on climate action from women in Scotland and around the world. Our aim is to outline the current struggles of local communities and build solidarity and awareness of women's rights within climate justice. We will bring together community leaders resisting environmental destruction and promoting collective change. With these discussions, we hope to inform environmental and social policy and widen engagement in the themes of gender and climate justice.

Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk

    A Discussion Into the Connections Between Climate Change and Gender-Based Violence - with Linda Abrahm, Natalia Equihua and Dr Angela O’Hagan

    A Discussion Into the Connections Between Climate Change and Gender-Based Violence - with Linda Abrahm, Natalia Equihua and Dr Angela O’Hagan

    In the seventh episode of the Connecting Women’s Voices podcast, host Georgia Seiti speaks with Linda Abrahm, Natalia Equihua and Dr Angela O’Hagan about gender-based violence and the environment, climate change and the need for legal recognition of the term femicide.



    For more information on the topics discussed in this episode, please visit:

    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/domestic-abuse-how-to-get-help#get-help-and-support

    https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk

    https://ec.europa.eu/justice/saynostopvaw/helpline.html

    https://crimestoppers-uk.org/keeping-safe/personal-safety/domestic-abuse



    Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



    Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

    Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

    Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Women's Talks on the role of Art and Activism – with Karen Hackenberg and Nicole Dextras

    Women's Talks on the role of Art and Activism – with Karen Hackenberg and Nicole Dextras

    In the sixth episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Hélène Hajek speaks with Karen Hackenberg and Nicole Dextras about women's voices on the role of art and activism and the impact of art on raising the awareness on the environmental and climate crisis.



    Karen Hackenberg and Nicole Dextras are both multi award-winning environmental artists.



    Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



    Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

    Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

    Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

    • 55 min
    Youth Voices in Climate Action 1.0 – with RSPB's three Youth Delegates: Oluwaseyi Moejoh, Milly Hayward and Ruairi Brogan

    Youth Voices in Climate Action 1.0 – with RSPB's three Youth Delegates: Oluwaseyi Moejoh, Milly Hayward and Ruairi Brogan

    At UN House Scotland, we work with partners, schools and universities to achieve meaningful youth engagement and get young people inspired about the world around them. As COP26 gets underway, we are very excited to begin our series on Youth Voices in Climate Action with RSPB's three Youth Delegates, Oluwaseyi Moejoh, Milly Hayward and Ruairi Brogan.



    Have a listen to learn about their exciting projects, creating change and encouraging action on climate and biodiversity, from peatland restoration to circular economies and youth representation in climate policy-making.

    @MoejohSeyi @Bog.Babes @ruairi_brogan @u_recycle @UKYCC @RSPB



    Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



    Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

    Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

    Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

    • 48 min
    Global Partnership, Gender, Progression and Climate-Orientated Careers – with Dr. Kerstin Danert and Fadzai T. Munodawafa-Bhurabhura

    Global Partnership, Gender, Progression and Climate-Orientated Careers – with Dr. Kerstin Danert and Fadzai T. Munodawafa-Bhurabhura

    In the fourth episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Grace Broad speaks with Dr. Kerstin Danert and Fadzai T. Munodawafa-Bhurabhura about their careers and their motivations for working with water and sanitation, the challenges they have faced and the hopes they have for water, sanitation and climate in the future.



    Dr. Kerstin Danert is a water and sanitation specialist, engineer and researcher. Fadzai T. Munodawafa-Bhurabhura is a water, hygiene and sanitation coordinator for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency.



    Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



    Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

    Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

    Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

    • 38 min
    Studying Climate & Gender: Glasgow Caledonian’s Centre for Climate Justice and UN House Scotland in conversation – with Maryam Othman, Isabelle Serra and Sarah Candy

    Studying Climate & Gender: Glasgow Caledonian’s Centre for Climate Justice and UN House Scotland in conversation – with Maryam Othman, Isabelle Serra and Sarah Candy

    Catriona Spaven-Donn of UN House Scotland's Climate and Gender team sits down with members of Glasgow Caledonian University's Centre for Climate Justice to discuss adaptation, resilience and women's empowerment in the face of a changing climate. The Centre's Programme Leader Karin Helwig introduces the Centre's world-leading action research and commitment to leaving no one behind and tells us about the upcoming World Forum on Climate Justice (21-23 September 2021). PhD student Maryam Othman shares about her research with Fulani herdsmen in northern Nigeria, while MSc students Isabelle Serra and Sarah Candy discuss their work on climate and gender justice. Isabelle has been studying Glasgow's climate policies while Sarah is investigating the links between child marriage and climate change. As COP26 approaches, listen to Glasgow students' perspectives on the pressing global and local climate issues of our time.



    Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



    Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

    Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

    Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

    • 45 min
    From Scotland to Ecuador: Building Local Relationships for Healthy and Resilient Food Systems – with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin

    From Scotland to Ecuador: Building Local Relationships for Healthy and Resilient Food Systems – with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin

    In the second episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Catriona Spaven-Donn speaks with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin about the important relationship between food, gender and the climate.



    Carolina is a feminist researcher and citizen activist based in Ecuador. Sofie is a project officer at Nourish Scotland. Abi Mordin is the chair and co-founder of the Glasgow Community Food Network. 



    Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



    Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

    Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

    Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

    • 1 hr

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