Loading Events
  • This event has passed.
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Welcome to the fourth meeting of our green policies and gender equality series!

About the event

During this webinar, we will put the focus on nature and gender equality. Join us to develop your network and discuss gender in conservation and climate policy. In many parts of Turkey, local people face natural disasters. People in the country are increasingly showing serious resistance to this issue, reinforced by the online and offline media. With this event, we will come together to talk about this matter and provide gender-related policy recommendations. We aim to provide a space for open dialogue to share common struggle in connection to personal experiences on natural disasters and gender issues.


This is the fourth of five meetings as part of the Feminist Policies in Green Politics project, where we try to delve into different policy areas to strengthen European feminist politics in energy, economics, climate policies, ecology and food & agriculture. We are presented with the challenge of identifying main difficulties in these areas to compile empowering policy recommendations.


14:00-15:30 (CEST)
15:00-16:30 (Istanbul Time)

Moderation & keynote speech: Özge Doruk
15.00-15.15 Opening + short meeting in breakout rooms
15.15-15.30 keynote speech 
15.30-16.30 Network Meeting & open discussion
(receiving confirmations for guests)

1. Discussion on gender equality in the field of nature protection in Turkey.
2. How preventive mechanisms/policies can be developed for vulnerable groups in natural disasters.
3. What can be said about improving the communication of the struggles of nature and the common struggle areas of the women’s movement?
4. What are your thoughts on the role of NGOs – civil society at these points?

Our aim is answering these questions and discusses these topics with activist, NGO members and who interested in this topic. 


Date: 3rd November

Time: 2pm- 4:30pm

Location: Zoom meeting

Registration: here

Please note this event is only in Turkish.


This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support Green Thought Association and with the financial support of the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of this webinar. 


Cookies on our website allow us to deliver better content by enhancing our understanding of what pages are visited. Data from cookies is stored anonymously and is never shared with third parties.

Find out more about our use of cookies in our privacy policy.