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Weblinks - 21. Oktober 2019 - 11:20

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  • Wer beruflich oder ehrenamtlich mit Entwicklungspolitik zu tun hat, kann ein Gratisabonnement der Druckausgabe von E+Z/D+C bekommen (sechs Ausgaben im Jahr mit je zwei Schwerpunkten). - Karsten Weitzenegger

Tags: BMZ, entwicklungspolitik, bildung, entwicklung

by: Karsten Weitzenegger

Ausschreibung für „Poetry Slam für Klimaschutz und Solidarität“ am 5. Dezember 2019 in Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg (bis 11.11.2019)

#Nachhaltigkeit in #Hamburg - 21. Oktober 2019 - 9:45
Das AKTIVOLI-Landesnetzwerk und das Projekts Engagementförderung laden ein zum Dichter*innen-Wettstreit: Gesucht werden poetische Beiträge, die gute Ideen liefern für Klimaschutz und nachhaltige Entwicklung, für Solidarität und Vielfalt. Denn ein gutes Klima braucht unser Planet und gutes Klima braucht unsere Gesellschaft. Tausende gehen jede Woche [...]

​​​​​​​WEBINAR INVITATION: “Women’s Power in Food Struggles” - Debate around Right to Food and Nutrition Watch 2019

SID Hamburg - 19. Oktober 2019 - 23:41

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WEBINAR INVITATION: “Women’s Power in Food Struggles” - Debate around Right to Food and Nutrition Watch 2019

This webinar is organized by FIAN International on behalf of the Global Network for the Right to Food and Nutrition, and is open to the public (free registration). Feel free to share this invite widely!

Launched in a context of rising hunger and ecological crisis, this timely edition of the Watch addresses key issues of power, and exposes the structural violence that degrades both women and the environment. In this webinar, we want to discuss and reflect with you about these challenges and ways forward. Speakers include authors of this year’s issue of the Watch. Join & discuss with us!

Date & time (English-language webinar): Tuesday 22 October 2019, 2pm Geneva/Johannesburg/Lusaka | 1pm London | 8am New York | 8pm Manila. Check other times here.

Registration: To register, please use this link: https://register. gotowebinar.com/register/8 819 532 812 392 617 475.

Speakers:

  • Deidre Woods, Independent Food Aid Network
  • Paula Gioia, European Coordination Vía Campesina (ECVC)
  • Nettie Wiebe, La Vía Campesina (Canada) & CSM Women Working Group
  • M. Alejandra Morena, FIAN International

 

The Watch is the main publication of the Global Network for the Right to Food and Nutrition, which comprises nearly 50 civil society organizations and social movements from all corners of the globe.

 

 

 

ESPAÑOL (Disculpas en caso de envío duplicado)

 

INVITACIÓN A SEMINARIO EN LÍNEA: El poder de las mujeres en la lucha por la soberanía alimentaria - Debate sobre el Observatorio del Derecho a la Alimentación y a la Nutrición 2019

 

Este seminario web está organizado por FIAN International en nombre de la Red Mundial por el Derecho a la Alimentación y la Nutrición, y está abierto al público (inscripción gratuita). ¡No duden en compartir esta invitación ampliamente!

 

Día y hora (seminario en español): Jueves 24 de octubre de 2019, 16:00 Barcelona/Berlín | 11:00 Asunción/Buenos Aires | 9:00 México/Bogotá/Quito | 08:00 Tegucigalpa/Guatemala. Vea aquí el horario en otras ciudades.

 

Inscripción: Para inscribirse, por favor usar este enlace: https://register. gotowebinar.com/register/4 286 798 325 909 330 435.

 

Panelistas:

 

Lanzada en un contexto de creciente hambre y crisis ecológica, esta oportuna edición del Observatorio aborda cuestiones clave de poder, y expone la violencia estructural que degrada tanto a las mujeres como al medio ambiente. En este seminario en línea, queremos debatir y reflexionar con ustedes sobre desafíos y cómo avanzar. Las  panelistas incluirán autoras y autores de esta edición del Observatorio. ¡Únete y discute con nosotras y nosotros!

 

El Observatorio es la principal publicación de la Red Mundial por el Derecho a la Alimentación y la Nutrición, que reúne a alrededor de 50 organizaciones de la sociedad civil y movimientos sociales de todas las regiones del mundo.

 

 

 

PORTUGUÊS (Desculpas em caso de envio duplicado)

 

CONVITE WEBINAR: „O poder das mulheres na luta pela soberania alimentar“ - Debate sobre o Observatório do Direito à Alimentação e à Nutrição 2019

 

Este webinar é organizado pela FIAN International em nome da Rede Global para o Direito à Alimentação e à Nutrição e é aberto ao público (inscrições abertas e gratuitas). Sinta-se livre para compartilhar amplamente este convite!

 

Dia e hora (webinar em português): Segunda-feira 21 de outubro, 10:00 Brasília | 14:00 Luanda/Lisboa | 15:00 Maputo. Confira outros fusos horários aqui.

 

Inscrições: Registe-se aqui https://register. gotowebinar.com/register/6 090 498 772 764 255 235.

 

Painelistas:

  • Iridiani Graciele Seibert, Movimento de Mulheres Camponesas (Brasil) / La Vía Campesina
  • Sílvia Ernestina Dywili , Fórum Mulher, Marcha Mundial das Mulheres Moçambique, Movfemme
  • Célia Wandi Sapalo Sampaio, ADRA/Rede das Margaridas da CPLP
  • Joana Rocha Dias, ACTUAR
  • Nayara Côrtes Rocha, FIAN Brasil
  • Victoria Medina, Rede das Margaridas da CPLP

 

Lançada em um contexto de crescente fome e crise ecológica, esta edição do Observatório aborda questões-chave que envolvem as relações de poder e expõe a violência estrutural que explora as mulheres e o meio ambiente. Neste webinar queremos discutir e refletir com você sobre os desafios e sobre como podemos avançar nestas temáticas. Dentre as painelistas, estão autoras desta edição do Observatório. Junte-se e discuta conosco!

 

Observatório é a principal publicação da Rede Global pelo Direito à Alimentação e à Nutrição, que reúne cerca de 50 organizações da sociedade civil e movimentos sociais de todas as regiões do mundo.

 

 

Child Friendly Cities Initiative von UNICEF macht Kommunen weltweit kinderfreundlicher

Weblinks - 19. Oktober 2019 - 21:09

Comments:

  • Die von UNICEF ins Leben gerufene Initiative Child Friendly Cities („Kinderfreundliche Kommunen") verfolgt seit 1996 das Ziel, Kommunen weltweit kinderfreundlicher zu gestalten und die Lebensrealität von Kindern und Jugendlichen in ihrem unmittelbaren Lebensumfeld zu verbessern. Bis heute erreicht die Initiative 30 Millionen Kinder in 40 Ländern. - Karsten Weitzenegger

Tags: cities, child, unicef, kinder, kinderrechte

by: Karsten Weitzenegger

Making Things Worse? The Fight Against Violence and Crime

GIGA Event - 18. Oktober 2019 - 16:15
Lectures and discussion Hamburg GIGA Forum Referent*innen Prof. Kai Enno Lehmann, PhD (University of São Paulo), Dr. Janina Pawelz (IFSH), Asma Khalifa (GIGA) Moderation

Dr. David Kuehn (GIGA)

Adresse

GIGA
Neuer Jungfernstieg 21
20354 Hamburg

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Women’s Environmental Literacy in Managing Waste for Environmental Sustainability of the City

DEVELOPMENT - 18. Oktober 2019 - 0:00
Abstract

The article illustrates the research on environmental literacy of women in Jakarta, Indonesia, related to managing household waste through the application of the ‘5R’ principle: reduce, reuse, recycle, replant, and recovery. The results show that women exceeded the operational level literacy by taking proactive actions to empower their communities to protect the environment.

Technology Is Not the Great Equalizer: A Feminist Perspective on the Digital Economy

DEVELOPMENT - 18. Oktober 2019 - 0:00
Abstract

This article looks beyond the hype around the digital economy’s potential to create gender justice by busting the myths and illustrating the facts, as well as proposing holistic solutions. It is mainly an adaptation of the webinar ‘Does the digital economy promote women’s rights? Unpacking the Myths!’. In its essence, it is a call for action to create and shape technology that breaks with traditional gender biases, creating digital justice and opportunities for the many not the few in a world that is increasingly restructured and unequal.

Immigrant Citizens and Racial Resentment in International Policy Perspective: The Role of Nativity and Racial Resentment in Shaping Support for US Foreign Assistance Expenditure, 2002–2016

DEVELOPMENT - 18. Oktober 2019 - 0:00
Abstract

While there is a well-developed literature on public opinion and foreign aid policy, studies have only recently explored the role of survey respondent nativity and have yet to explore the role of racial resentment. In a repeated cross-sectional data analysis (2002–2016), the article exposes that non-native born respondents see more benefit to increased foreign aid than do comparably situated native born citizens. Racial resentment appears to be linked to a lack of generosity towards individuals in need of development aid.

Gharbzadegi in Iran: A Reactionary Alternative to ‘Development’?

DEVELOPMENT - 17. Oktober 2019 - 0:00
Abstract

Post-development theory usually engages with examples from Latin America and India and investigates alternative concepts and practices by progressive social movements. This article addresses a post-development concept which originates in Iran, Gharbzadegi or occidentosis, which after the Islamic revolution in 1979 was promoted by the anti-Western Iranian government. It argues that the instrumentalization by right-wing governments should not distract from the emancipatory potential of post-development concepts.

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