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A Talanoa Dialogue for Global Women in All Their Diversity
Citizens’ Climate International (CCI) is planning an online Talanoa Dialogue for women in all their diversity from around the world.

We propose it takes place on Tuesday, September 27 at 12 h UTC.

The time and date are subject to change.

What is a Talanoa Dialogue?
A Talanoa Dialogue is a fierce and honest sharing around a particular issue. In this case it would be about climate ambition and solutions-oriented conversations from the perspective of women in all their diversity.

The Process
Women are asked to answer fiercely three questions in three minutes with regards to the climate emergency:
1. Where are we at?
2. What do we need to do?
3. How do we get there?
Participants will be live on zoom, audio recordings and video recordings

Chatham House Rules
Talanoa dialogues are done under Chatham House rules. Thus, viewers are welcome to relay what you heard but not disclose who said it.

Background on Talanoa Dialogues
Talanoa is a traditional word used in Fiji and across the Pacific to reflect a process of inclusive, participatory and transparent dialogue. The purpose of Talanoa is to share stories, build empathy and to make wise decisions for the collective good. The process of Talanoa involves the sharing of ideas, skills and experience through storytelling. During the process, participants build trust and advance knowledge through empathy and understanding. Blaming others and making critical observations are inconsistent with building mutual trust and respect, and therefore inconsistent with the Talanoa concept.

Sep 27, 2022 12:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

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