Child- and Youth-Sensitivity in NDCs
Join us on December 7 at 8:00 a.m. EDT (2 p.m. CET) for an overview of UNICEF’s latest research brief “Child-Sensitive Climate Policies for Every Child” to explore how Nationally Determined Contributions can be more inclusive and rights-based for children and young people and ensure child-critical social services are climate and disaster resilient. A youth representative will open the session, and experts from UNICEF will share the key findings from the research brief. Next, WRI staff will give a live demonstration of Climate Watch to explain how the tool can be used to visualize data from the brief. Following the demonstration, a youth representative will moderate an open Q&A.
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