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Hague Talks - How Can We Stop Climate Change Together?

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THE UN, LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND YOUTH – HOW CAN WE STOP CLIMATE CHANGE TOGETHER?

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We are rapidly approaching the United Nations Climate Change meeting Cop26. The pressure is on many states to come up with new measures and promises to reduce their carbon emissions. And to provide support for those countries most likely to be affected by our changing climate.

The UN plays a role pointing out what needs to be done, and convening an equal space for governments to discuss and agree. But is it doing enough? What roles are its agencies playing now in making change happen? Will the UN play a role in climate justice demands? Does the UN have the capabilities to intervene in conflicts caused by climate?

At this Hague Talks, which is also the closing event for Just Peace Month 2021, speakers from the frontlines of the climate crisis will explain where they see the UN playing a role, and what more they believe needs to be done.

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16:00-17:00 Just Peace Month partner networking event (on invitation only)

17:00-18:30 Official closing Just Peace Month - Hague Talks

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A COMMUNITY OF INNOVATORS IN PEACE, JUSTICE, AND HUMANITARIAN ACTION

The Hague Humanity Hub, based at the Fluwelen Burgwal in central The Hague, officially opened its doors on the 2nd of January 2018.

The Hague Humanity Hub is a unique platform, where forward-thinking organizations and people are united by their drive to develop innovative solutions to today’s global challenges in peace, justice, and humanitarian action. Besides a professional workplace, the Hub offers access to an open and diverse community for innovation, co-creation, and knowledge exchange.

Among its first members are UN OCHA centre for humanitarian data, HiiL, Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation, HumanityX, and World Resources Institute. Within 9 months of opening, the Hub already has more than 60 members organizations.

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