On July 23, 2019, JLI held a webinar on Climate Advocacy and Faith Work. This is the fourth and final webinar of the climate series on practice, policy, and academia.

 

Dr. Olivia Wilkinson, JLI Director of Research moderated the webinar.

Speakers:

Isaiah Toroitich, Head of Advocacy and Development Policy, ACT Alliance

  • Presentation: Justice as Basis for Climate Advocacy [3:25 – 19:30]

Sarah Wiggins, Global Advocacy Team Co-Leader, Tearfund

  • Presentation: Advocacy on Climate Change – Our Lessons [19:52 -34:40]

Hellen Mugo, Acting Director of Research and Partnership, Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA)

  • Presentation: Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA)  [35:08 – 48:24]

Questions and Answers and next steps discussion [48:30]

 

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Related Resources

Tearfund Climate Advocacy Tools Tearfund Advocacy Toolkit – Second Edition & Live Justly Tearfund Advocacy Toolkit – Second Edition Live Justly – Global Edition
Alternative narratives: Restoration Story
Movement Building Agenda including Bootcamp agenda MOVEMENT BUILDING GUIDE – Mobilising ordinary people as agents for widespread change
Renew Our World Renew Our World webpage
ACT Alliance Resources
Enhanced Climate Action in Response to 1.5°C of Global Warming, Scaling Up Nationally Determined Contributions & Climate Change Advocacy Framework Position (2016 – 2018) Enhanced Climate Action in Response to 1.5°C of Global Warming, Scaling Up Nationally Determined Contributions Climate Change Advocacy Framework Position (2016 – 2018)
  Towards the Ambitious Implementation of the Paris Agreement – A Toolkit for National Level Advocacy Towards the Ambitious Implementation of the Paris Agreement – A Toolkit for National Level Advocacy
ACT Alliance with Bread for the World Analysis: The Paris Climate Agreement – Towards a climate-friendly future & Policy Brief Analysis: The Paris Climate Agreement – Towards a climate-friendly future Policy Brief – PROTECTED AGAINST CLIMATE DAMAGE?
  ACT Alliance EU Position Paper – Food Security and Climate Change

 

ACT Alliance EU Position Paper – Food Security and Climate Change
  Non Economic Loss and Damage & Limiting Global Warming to 1.5C Non-Economic Loss And Damage Study-Limiting Global Warming to 1.5°C-The Climate Risks and Irreversible Losses We Must Avoid

 

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