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ILO Just Transition Pavilion at COP27
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COP27: Events at the Just Transition Pavilion
Keeping the social dimension of climate change at the forefront of discussions is the focus of events being organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) at the up-coming UN Climate Change Conference (COP27). Together with the European Commission, the ILO hosts the first ever Just Transition Pavilion, a convening space for events, meetings and knowledge sharing around just transition and climate action in cooperation with the UNFCCC, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and International Organisation of Employers (IOE). You can watch live -or replay- all events held in the Pavilion on this page. Please note all times are in Sharm-El-Sheikh local time (GMT+2, GVA+1).

Transforming futures for young people

Meeting
Tuesday, 8 November 2022 at 16:00 until 17:00 (Africa/Cairo)
Blue Zone COP27, Just Transition Pavilion, Sharm El-Sheikh
Listen to young leaders sharing their career ambitions in the green economy. Learn about youth employment trends and opportunities powered by the green transition based on ILO research. And explore lessons learned from initiatives that call for coherent employment and environmental policies to realise the transformative potential of youth. The event is co-organised by the ILO with IFAD and GiZ.

Moderator

Mette Grangaard Lund
Junior Professional Officer
International Labour Organization (ILO)

Panellists

Chandelle O’Neil
Sustainable Energy Specialist and Human Rights Advocate

Youth Panellist

Hubert Stephy Tchuigua
CEO, Family Green Corporation, part of the IFAD Agribusiness Hubs programme
Zuhair Ahmed Kowshik
Environment and Climate Policy Advocate, Asia Pacific Regional Facilitator at the Children and Youth Major Group of the UN Environment Programme, and the Manager of EARTHDAY.ORG
EARTHDAY.ORG

Speakers

Vanessa Vaessen
Advisor
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Elina Scheja
Advisor, Employment and poverty diagnostics
International Labour Organization (ILO)