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Break Gender Stereotypes in Workplaces!; Fight for Gender and Climate Justice!

By staff - BWI Global Union, March 6, 2022

When recognising our victories, we also need to recognise the challenges we must overcome. And one of the major challenges for working people around the world is the climate crisis.

We believe that climate policy measures can have unintended negative gender-based impacts. In the absence of just transition policies, gender stereotypes in the workplace are likely to persist, preventing women from benefiting from the new jobs created.

Thus, we need to organise and take a leading position by being part of climate policy debates and include gender issues in all the fair transition programs. To make sure that there will be equal access to new skills and jobs created and to reassure that the fair transition will be fair for all, equal to all. #GenderClimateJustice #BWIPurpleGreen

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