Training on Climate Change & Human Rights

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What does climate change have to do with human rights? What does human rights approach to climate change mean in practice and why is it especially important for sustainable development for all?

Climate change is one of the greatest threats to human rights of our generation, posing a serious risk to the fundamental rights to life, health, food and an adequate standard of living of individuals and communities now and for the future across the world. Without drastic action now, the effects of climate change will generate unprecedented harm. International cooperation and solidarity are crucial for climate change mitigation, adaptation and for ensuring sustainable future for everyone. Understanding the impacts of climate change and the ways in which those impacts affect us and all the living systems in our shared planet, is when making connection between human rights and a harmonious healthy planet becomes possible.

The Teachers without Borders and Changemaker networks warmly welcome our volunteers to join an online training looking into climate change and human rights on Wednesday 9 June at 5-7 pm. The training will be held by FCA Climate Action Specialist Aly Cabrera. Hope we get many interested minds together before heading to the summer holidays!

You may register to the event via this link (link opens in a new tab) by Monday 7.6. Teams-link will be sent to the registered participant’s email prior to the training.