Date(s) - 23/07/2019
All Day


The final webinar in a four-part series on Climate.

Please register and save the date for the final Webinar on Tues, July 23: Advocacy Work

This webinar will be one hour and 15 minutes from 9 am -10:15 am ET (2-2:15pm UK/ 4-4:15pm Kenya). The last 15 minutes we will be discussing next steps and the possibility of forming a learning hub.


  • Isaiah Toroitich, ACT Alliance

Isaiah Kipyegon Toroitich currently works at ACT Alliance in Geneva, Switzerland as the Head of Advocacy and Development Policy. As the advocacy and policy lead, Isaiah is responsible for the alliance’s implementation of the global advocacy strategy, which focuses on climate justice, gender justice, migration and displacement, peace and human security and other policy issues related to sustainable development and humanitarian aid. He previously worked in ACT Alliance as the climate change policy adviser, and before that, with Norwegian Church Aid in Eastern Africa, as the policy officer for economic and climate justice.

Isaiah has co-authored, edited or otherwise contributed to several publications including: The Paris Climate Agreement, towards a climate-friendly future; Climate change and labour: impacts of heat in the workplace; The Youth Climate Change Handbook; Diakonia, sustainability and climate change; Making Paris work for vulnerable populations; Towards the ambitious implementation of the Paris Agreement, a toolkit for national level advocacy; and Enhanced Climate Action in Response to 1.5°C of Global Warming, Scaling Up Nationally Determined Contributions

Isaiah is originally from Kenya and holds Executive Masters in Advocacy in International Affairs, Master of Arts degree in Development Communications, and Bachelor of Education degrees.

  • Sarah Wiggins, Tearfund
  • Hellen Mugo, Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA)

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