Three of the events on the fringe of the Inequality, Work, and Nature conference will take place on the day before the conference, and on the day after the conference:
- Inequality diagnostics for the future: Exploring opportunities for a new generation of diagnostics that consider climate change and the transformation of labour markets.
Hosted by ACEIR, the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the International Labour Organisation.
7 November @ 9.30 am. See details
- Tackling inequalities: Exploring the I-Marker and EU actions in South Africa
A seminar on the European Union’s efforts in reducing inequality.
7 November @ 2.30 pm. See details
- Transforming social inequalities through inclusive climate action – evidence from Ghana, Kenya, and South Africa: Discussing how the inequalities in the current climate regime shape national responses at multi-scalar levels of climate governance.
Hosted by the TSITICA project, a collaboration between ACEIR and the ARUA Centre of Excellence in Climate and Development.
7 November @ 3.00 pm. See details
- Jobs in South Africa: Data to support a just inclusive transition: Discussing collaboration, within South Africa and internationally, to develop innovative, data-driven strategies to provide insights that will support a just and inclusive transition.
Hosted by the World Data Lab and AFD.
10 November @ 9.30 am. See details