The links between climate change and cross-border conflict are gendered. Yet much of the research on the gender-climate-security nexus remains narrowly focused on the impacts on women and girls, framing them as victims rather than agents of change. 

In this webinar, researchers from Bodhi Global Analysis explore findings from their XCEPT research on how climate change and conflict are changing gender roles in the Horn of Africa. They also provide lessons learnt from cross-border programmes focused on this nexus. 

Speakers included:

  • Albert Mulli, Bodhi Global Analysis, Head of Conflict and Peacebuilding
  • Hillary Owinyo, Bodhi Global Analysis, Evaluations Specialist

The session was moderated by:

  • Anna Strachan, Bodhi Global Analysis, Managing Director