Creating inclusive spaces for women in climate governance and ocean action
The Revamp Rave Network Community Conference is a yearly get started Innovation and sustainability project curated to promoting vulnerable groups (women and disabled) inclusion in climate policies, climate governance and climate action through open dialogues in coastal communities in Nigeria
The Coastal Climate Conference ia a low-level dialogue for coastal communities. It is a proposed solution that seeks to foster the acquisition of foundational and ample knowledge about climate change as it affects vulnerable groups (women and persons with disabilities), promote
their interest to improve climate governance while integrating their ideas into climate policy advocacy to achieve ocean sustainability. The maiden edition took place in Kadara Community, Lagos. Nigeria.
We at Revamp Rave Network Initiative understand the need for significant communities’ involvement, representation and engagement in tackling Climate Change crisis through active participation and inclusion, hence the conference is a yearly event to actualise this goal.
A platform where intersectional and cross-sectional conversation can be discussed to contribute to local economic development while exploring critical yet pivotal subjects on ocean conservation
To develop a working policy brief to contribute to national policy agenda while aiding government efforts in ocean conservation efforts and the global community at large.
The focus group discussion a one week engagement with women of the community explored the avenues women can contribute to sustainable development and ocean cleanliness.
The first community conference held in Kadara community in Oyigbo attracted 250 women and persons with disabilities. It delivered on ocean education literacy, delivered on climate awareness and ways to actively participate in environmental sustainability while create avenues to dialogue for climate policy influencing.