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Isis International Activist School on
Engendering Climate Justice: The Southeast Asia Experience
August 3-6, 2010

One of the basic principles of feminist development communications is to see women not only as receivers of knowledge but producers as well. The Isis International Activist School on Engendering Climate Justice aimed to gather grassroots women leaders from the Philippines and Southeast Asia for an interactive and dynamic discussion on the impact of the climate change discussions at various levels and its impacts to communities, particularly women. Development Communications was another major component of the activist school that facilitates women’s use and control of communication tools from in crafting their own messages for engendering climate justice.

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