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SI Convention 2023 SISEAP Workshop

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Climate Change - Women Leading the Way Workshop

SISEAP conducted two workshops on Climate Change at the Soroptimist International Convention held recently in Dublin.

Climate change is a pressing issue that affects different regions in varying ways; for instance, in countries like Australia, it can significantly alter the risk profile and vulnerability of populations. However, in some regions, climate issues can exacerbate existing challenges, leading to environmental degradation and a loss of basic services. Put simply, climate change impacts everyone, however it does not impact everyone equally. This makes the need for a resilience-based approach to climate action all the more critical.

Description: Women’s interconnectedness within the community shows that we are well placed to educate and inspire change needed for a sustainable world.

Women educate their families and their communities by example.
Do you know what climate change means?
Do you understand how climate change can impact your community?
Do you want to know how your actions can help address climate change?

You can make a difference!

The workshops presented by Programme Convenor Dr Donnell Davis and members of the SISEAP Programme Team.  

Resource Toolkit for the workshop

Please document download the resource toolkit (3.77 MB) .   The toolkit has resource links and further information about the workshop.  

Powerpoint Presentation

SISEAP and the Programme team are pleased to present the powerpoint presentation used for the workshop this has been made available for download. 


Soroptimist International Convention workshops

Each of the 5 Soroptimist International Federations presented workshops at the convention.   An overview of each of the workshops along with outcomes and recommendations CAN BE VIEWED HERE 

SISEAP Membership

Soroptimist International is a global movement of women, with members belonging to more than 3,000 clubs in 126 countries/territories, spread over 5 Federations