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SB58 Event – Transforming Climate Finance

June 10 @ 15:15 CEST

The Global Stocktake (GST) must enable us to assess our collective progress -and gaps- in implementing the Paris Agreement towards ensuring climate justice across the world. In this context, the IPCC AR6 (WGII-Chapt18) acknowledges that gender-responsive climate policies and finance remain largely insufficient and inadequate, although addressing gender and intersectional inequalities is vital for transformative climate action. The GST must lead us to a paradigm shift towards feminist approaches with equitable financing and response measures to the multiple intersecting climate, biodiversity and economic crises. This event will open a dialogue among governments, practitioners, and grassroot organizations to discuss what a real feminist approach to climate development policies and financing looks like.  


  • Underline the need to restructure financial infrastructures to significantly improve the quality and quantity of gender-responsive climate finance, and to address the structural barriers that hinder local, indigenous women and feminist organisations from accessing climate funding  
  • Inform decision-making bodies and policymakers, on the cross-cutting benefits of financing locally owned and gender-just climate action/implementation 
  • Contribute to the GAP and GST mandates through the dissemination of policy recommendations.   


  • Women Engage for a Common Future 
  • Heinrich-Böll Foundation North America 
  • APWLD 


  • Representative from the BMZ (TBC)
  • Diane Blacklane (Antigua and Barbuda) or Madeleine Diouf (Senegal)
  • Liane Schalatek (Heinrich-Böll Foundation North America)
  • Titi Soentoto (Aksi!)
  • Anna Samwel – online (WECF Georgia)
  • Agnes Mirembe (ARUWE Uganda)





June 10


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