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Happy birthday GenderCC!

On the 23rd of August 2018, GenderCC celebrated its 10th Anniversary in the courtyard of the Weiberwirtschaft in Berlin, where the international secretariat is located. With more than 50 guests we looked back to the 10 years of GenderCC's history and listened inspiring presentations about the integration of gender into climate change policies and a panel discussion featuring friends and cooperation partners.

It was a wonderful evening and we are grateful and happy to have had you all here! Thank you so much for all the great support to prepare the event, awesome food by The Real Junk Food Project: Berlin, great music by Karukene, great conversations and ideas on future endeavours.

10th Anniversary

We have received many beautiful video messages from our members and good friends from all over the world, which were screened at the event too.




Programm

5.30pm Reception with champagne and music

6.00pm Welcoming words by Gotelind Alber, member of GenderCC's Board of Directors

6.15pm Welcoming speech by MinDirig Berthold Goeke, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety

6.30pm Looking back at 10 years GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice, Ulrike Röhr, founding member of GenderCC

6.45pm Talk with guests: Where do we stand in the integration of gender justice into climate policies?
Anne-Lise Koch Lavisse, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and Gender Focal Point to the UNFCCC
Arn Sauer, Officer for Gender Mainstreaming at the German Federal Environment Agency
Cordine Lippert, Head of the Coordination Office Climate Protection City of Potsdam
Ann-Kathrin Schneider, Head of International Climate Policy with BUND/Friends of the Earth Germany
Kate Cahoon, Germany Campaigner with 350.org
Moderation: Claudia Neusüß, compassorange

7.15pm Buffet

7.30pm Handpan concert by Karukene

8.00pm Video messages of GenderCC members from all over the world

until approx. 10.00pm Party, drinks and diverse activities