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VIDEO: Women activists advocate for gender justice at COP27



STORY NAME: WOMEN ACTIVISTS ADVOCATING FOR GENDER JUSTICE AT COP 27

LOCATION: SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT

DATE SHOT: 14/11/22

SOUND: NATURAL SOUND WITH ENGLISH SPEECH

DURATION: 2:24

SOURCE: BIRD STORY AGENCY

RESTRICTIONS: NONE

ASPECT RATIO: 16.9

ORIGINAL FRAME RATE: 24 fps (progressive).

INTRO: Gender and climate negotiator, Fatou Jeng and Xoli Fuyani lead talks in advocating for gender justice at cop 27



SHOTLIST

1. ACTIVISTS DEMONSTRATING ON CLIMATE JUSTICE.

2. ACTIVISTS DEMONSTRATING ON GENDER JUSTICE EMPOWERMENT.

3. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): MODERATOR AT COP, SAYING:

“ Next on cruise is Fatou Jeng from the Gambia, gender and climate negotiator.”

4. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): FAT0U JENG, GAMBIAN GENDER AND CLIMATE NEGOTIATOR, SAYING:

“ Thank you for joining us at this very important discussion we are having today, how we can advance gender-sensitive climate responses for sustaining peace. The society and organizations play a very important role in helping us build more gender-sensitive responsive climate action.”


5. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): FAT0U JENG, GAMBIAN GENDER AND CLIMATE NEGOTIATOR, SAYING: “Gender justice obviously has to do with ensuring that the impacts of climate change and the way women and girls are disproportionately impacted by climate change is being effectively resolved. What I mean by this is, I’m seeing that climate adaptation is gender-sensitive, seeing the climate action is gender-responsive, seeing that decision-making processes actually are gender inclusive.


6. AUDIENCE IN A CONFERENCE PROCEEDING

7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): FAT0U JENG, GAMBIAN GENDER, AND CLIMATE NEGOTIATOR, SAYING: “We are going to talk about addressing the problem that we are facing especially the climate-related issues, we don’t have women included because we are the most disproportionately impacted, we are the most vulnerable because our activist depend on the natural environment but at the end of the day when it comes to our participation decision-making processes, we see that it is intermitted”.


8. VARIOUS OF XOLI FUYANI, FOUNDER OF BLACK GIRL RISING HOLDING A PLACARD SAYING “KIDS FIRST”


9. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): XOLI FUYANI, FOUNDER OF BLACK GIRL RISING, SAYING:

“Just coming back to the COP you know I think we all have known that there are 111 leaders who are leading the COP, out of those is only 7 women. I think that says so much, you know, about who’s representing women and we know that something you don’t see you don’t get in policies. So if there are no women in the forefront advocating for women’s issues, we are not gonna see those implemented in our policies.


10. VARIOUS OF XOLI FUYANI WORKING AT HER STATION


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