8. marts: Climate Research - Intersectional and feminist visions

On International Women’s Day - 8th of March, the Coordination for Gender Research invite scholars to focus on intersectional, feminist and gender research on climate changes.

In particular, the presentations raise questions in regard to the concepts, structures, and concrete effects, these perspectives point to research. Following the presentations the will be a panel of researchers and policy makers discussing: How intersectional, feminist and non-binary gender research are implicated in the agenda and responses to climate changes and the quest for sustainability?

This event updates some of the issues raised at the 2009 conference Gendering Climate and Sustainability organized by the Coordination for Gender Research and the following special issue on Gendering Climate Change in the journal Women, Gender & Research. Since then then the new Gender Action Plan coming from COP25 has been introduced with the aim to strengthen gender considerations and women's participation in climate action. In particular the plans highlight the important role of women as agents of change.

Registrer here before 6th of March

Preliminary program

09.00 - 09.15: Welcome by Hilda Rømer Christensen

09.15 – 09.25: Welcome by Sara Hagemann, Associate Dean for Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen

09.30 – 11.00: Presentations, introduced by Hilda Rømer Christensen

  • Gender, diversity and Smart Mobilty
    Postdoc Michala Hvidt Breengard, Department of Education studies, Aarhus University
  • Challenges to implementing existing policies and tools for gender equality and sensitivity in climate change–related policy
    Independent Researcher and consultant Susan Buckingham
  • Climate Migration, acts of political translation and sexual citizenship
    Associate Professor Nicole Doerr, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
  • Discourses of Global Climate Change and Ecological Masculinities
    Associate Professor Martin Hultman, Department of Technology Management and Economics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • Responsible Reproductive Citizenship in Denmark in the 21st Century
    Postdoc Anna Sofie Bach, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen
  • Gender and Climate Policy
    Katrine Weber, PlanMiljø

11.00 – 11.30: Q&A