Daily Links, 8 December 2011


Date: December 8, 2011
  • SHARE:


TODAY’S  CYBER DIALOGUE  FROM 12.30 to 14.00 SA TIME
Click here  for time convertor if you are in another zone
If you are having trouble accessing the cyber dialogues  click here  to download software that will help you access the chat  

 
 
8 December 2011: 12.30 – 13.00 (SA Time) Gender and Climate Change
 
8 December 2011: 12.30 – 13.00 (SA Time) Gender and Climate Change Update from Durban: Recap of…  Read more
 
8 December 2011: 13.00 – 14:00 (SA Time) We have faith: Gender justice and religion
 
8 December 2011: 13.00 – 14.00 (SA Time) We have faith: Gender justice and religion Q: Do…  Read more
 
 
LIVE FROM DURBAN À“ GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE
SIXTEEN DAYS OF ACTIVISM ON GENDER VIOLENCE
“I” STORIES – FIRST HAND ACCOUNTS
 
 
  Weather reports key to Africa’s climate changes’ adaptation
 
“This is your weather forecast and I am Nguatah Francis.À In the 90s, Kenyans were accustomed…  Read more
 
  Finding gender in the COP 17 negotiations
 
“Women instinctively know what the effects of climate change are,À said the South African…Read more
 
  Les gens ne mangent pas du charbon
 
Quand nous parlons de changement climatique, il faut l’envisager dans sa globalité. Ce qui se…Read more
 
 
 
 
  Matatu reforms À“ small step that made a big difference
 
In almost every country in Africa, women complain about sexual harassment in public spaces….  Read more
 
  Churches can help combat GBV
 
The church in Malawi is a respected source of information and an enforcer of a “moral code,À…  Read more
 
  Africa: A gender perspective on solar energy drawbacks
 
Even as African countries join the rest of the world in Durban, South Africa to evaluate the…  Read more
 
 
 
 
  Activism taking root in Zambia’s remote villages
 
It is 4 December 2011 around 4:30pm as I arrive in Katete district in Zambia’s Eastern Province…  Read more
 
  Sold by my own grandmother
 
I asked myself many questions as I listened to the story of 18-year-old Rani*, a fragile young…Read more
 
  Partir ou mourir
 
Les femmes peuvent être violentes ou abusives envers leurs partenaires aussi. Bien qu’il soit…  Read more
 
 
QUOTE OF THE DAY

 

Women instinctively know what the effects of climate change are…- Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, South Africa –
 

 

SADC PROTOCOL ON GENDER
AND DEVELOPMENT

Sign our petition  for an
Addendum on Gender and  
Climate Change

CYBER DIALOGUE SUMMARIES

 
 
English: Cyber dialogue summary for 7 December 2011, Gender and Climate Change
 
“The impacts of climate change have been hardest in developing countries and the depletion of…Read more
 
English: Cyber dialogue summary for 7 December 2011, Xenophobia, human security and migration
 
“At times I find myself extremely vexed and perplexed by the ingorance and belligerence of…Read more
 
English: Cyber dialogue summary for 6 December 2011, Gender and Climate Change
 
– The minister of environment and tourism/(ministry of environment). – Academics,…  Read more
 
 

If you would like to comment on the cyber dialogues or the newsletter, please  click here, scroll down and fill in your comment in the Comment box.

Join our Facebook community and join us on Twitter for daily updates.  

 


0 thoughts on “Daily Links, 8 December 2011”

matome says:

we have to stop pollution by stoping burning wood and degradate the enviroment,which wil result in to catostrophic consequence

mantlatso says:

we have to resolve food security and poverty reduction through economic crisis which must not raise enviromental disaster.we must not loose touch with environment,regulations must be obliged of different department.

Comment on Daily Links, 8 December 2011

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *