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#GSWF2021 Indigenous Women’s Rights and Environmental Justice

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This episode focuses on a human-rights-based approach to biodiversity and gender justice, converging around areas of synergy across various international biodiversity-related fora and national actions. It introduces and shares knowledge of Indigenous women in working collectively towards a transformative global agenda for women and girls and environmental justice. This episode is from the 2021 Global South Women’s Forum on Sustainable Development hosted by International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific, a feminist organisation committed to the full realisation of women’s human rights through the pursuit of equality. Speakers: Edna Kaptoyo, PAWANKA Fund, Kenya  Kanlaya Chularattakor, Indigenous Women Network in Thailand (IWNT), Thailand  Aydah Akao, Network of Indigenous Peoples in the Solomon Islands (NIPS), Solomon Islands  Sushila Kumari Thapa Magar, FIMI, Nepal Click to watch the  Thengapalli film Find Lulu Kitololo on her website or on her social media pages Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Watch the episode with visuals here and watch all 23 sessions of the forum on the IWRAW youtube channel here

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