PROJECT: Gender Transformative Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Policies in Georgia

Ana (Anuki) Mosiashvili is a passionate advocate and human rights specialist with 8 years of hands-on experience in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, intersectional youth-led advocacy, project, and network management. Ana holds a master’s degree in International Human Rights Law from Lund University in Sweden.

Ana has been a member of UNESCO’s International Experts Group on revising the 1974 Recommendation concerning Education for International Understanding, Cooperation, and Peace and Education relating to Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. She is the Peace Ambassador and the former Coordinating Ambassador of the EECA region at One Young World. Ana is also an alumna of the Swedish Institute Visby scholarship program and a member of the Network of Future Global Leaders (NFGL).

Ana delves into research on disasters- and climate change-induced displacement, focusing on gender equality and the health and well-being of those forcibly displaced. Actively advocating for gender mainstreaming in climate change and disaster risk management policies, Ana co-authored several publications in both Georgian and English languages. Through her work, Ana contributes to the discourse on intersections of human rights, gender issues, and climate change-related displacement.

“As we navigate the accelerating challenges of climate change, my project strives to enhance our preparedness for its impacts. With my project, I aim to contribute to the development of stronger, more inclusive, and gender-transformative Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction policies in Georgia.” – Ana MOSIASHVILI

Gender Transformative Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Policies in Georgia

Fellowship Summary: The aim of the Fellowship project is to strengthen Georgia’s capacity to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change by integrating gender-responsive approaches into climate change and Disaster Risk Reduction strategies, ensuring that they address the specific needs and vulnerabilities of women and other marginalized groups.

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Fellowship Programs 2023
Country Georgia
Areas of Interest Capacity development
Topics Environment & climate change
Project duration January - August 2024