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Climate Change Negotiations and Diplomacy Workshop: The Paris Climate Accor...

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York University Glendon College,Senate Chamber(Room YH C123)

2275 Bayview Ave

Toronto, ON M4N 3M6

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The event is a practical training workshop that will use a “hands-on” and “case-study” approach to build Public Policy, Multilateral Negotiations and diplomacy skills in the field of Climate Change policy and diplomacy. This training workshop is targeted to anyone studying international relations, international development, political science, public policy, liberal arts and business, or professionals who intend to work with international organizations or who hope to make a career change to global affairs. The workshop is meant to give a “sneak peak” into the challenges that global affairs professionals face in their work with governments, international organizations, NGO's, private sector and other multilateral institutions.

This workshop is part of a series of policy and diplomacy workshops organized under the Center for Global Health Security and Diplomacy's collaborative United Nations Institute for Training and Researchs' Global Affairs training Program.

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED AND THE EVENT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A NETWORKING SESSION.

The Workshop Course Director is Catherine Abreu. Catherine is one of Canada’s foremost climate campaigners, with over 15 years of experience campaigning on environmental issues including 7 years in the heart of the Canadian climate movement.

An accomplished public speaker, Catherine has been honoured to share the stage with some of Canada’s leading environmental thinkers including David Suzuki and Maude Barlow. Her commentary has featured in many news outlets including the New York Times, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, and the Financial Post. She appears frequently on CBC, CTV, Global and other current affairs television and radio programs.

Catherine is a dedicated collaborator and community organizer. In the last decade, she has founded and/or supported the work of nine distinct coalitions, including: the Nova Scotia Coalition for Climate Action (NSCCA), the Nova Scotia Fracking Resource and Action Coalition (NOFRAC), the Maritimes’ Sustainable Energy Transition Initiative, Ladies’ Beverage Room and Friends of the Khyber.

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York University Glendon College,Senate Chamber(Room YH C123)

2275 Bayview Ave

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