Keynote speech: Prof. Karen Morrow“Gender and the need to hear and heed the overlooked in sustainability-based global environmental governance”
Panel 1. Environmental law prospects as a tool for promoting gender and LGTBI+ human rights in the context of environmental struggles
Moderated by Beatriz Felipe Pérez (CEDAT-URV)
Carlotta Garofalo (University of Graz): Public litigation: a tool to advance women’s rights in a changing climate?
Julián Corredor Naranjo (Fundación Universitaria Juan de Castellanos): Women and extractivism: a general overview at female public participation in the consolidation of environmental democracy in Colombia
Carlos Antonio Cruz Carrillo and Boroka Godley (The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies): The role of gender in the implementation of the Escazu Agreement: Challenges in guaranteeing the right of public participation
Debate and Q&A