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WGCCJ organises campaign poster design contest

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Esther Adeyanju

Women’s Global Call for Climate justice has called on women, girls and allies to join in their campaign towards creating a mass movement for climate justice.

This campaign is as a result of women and girls’ concern about the lack of just and sufficient action on climate change around the world.

The campaign group has thus called on women, girls and feminist artists to join in the campaign of six actions, on six themes towards the United Nations (UN) Climate Conference this December in Paris, France.

“Six winning poster designs will be chosen by a leading group of women’s rights and climate justice advocates. Winning designs will be chosen from different regions of the world and should represent the themes: energy, economy, solutions, survival, power and Climate justice.

The group added that winning designs will receive a reward of $1000USD, be shared across thousands of networks and be unveiled at a high-level event in New York City in September, alongside the UN General Assembly and New York Climate Week.

Submission of design is by September 11th to art@womenclimatejustice.org and it is open to all women, girls and feminist artists.

Interested candidates are to visit www.womenclimatejustice.org for the design requirements and more explanation on the campaign themes.

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