Join virtual side event on gender in the context of migration and climate change

From 17-20 May 2022 the International Migration Review Forum takes place in New York. It is the first time that the implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is reviewed by international experts, politicians and other relevant stakeholders.

On the 17th, there will be a panel discussion where several experts discuss about of how to implement the GCM in a gender-responsive way in the context of migration and climate change. This is an important topic since we know that (climate-induced) migration is not gender-neutral and that climate change poses different challenges and risks to different genders.

Enter the MS teams call on Tuesday, 17th of May at 8 am EDT here.

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