The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Webinar: The Intersectionality of Gender Issues with Climate Change

OCRI MENA partner, Climate In Arabic, is hosting a webinar focusing on “The Intersectionality of Gender Issues with Climate Change.” The session is designed for journalists in Egypt, and the broader Arab region, who are keen to explore the nuanced interplay between gender and climate change.

This webinar aims to provide journalists with a nuanced understanding of how gender issues intertwine with climate change and will provide participants with an opportunity to hear from experts in the field while gaining valuable insights into gender-sensitive and climate reporting.

Duration: 90 – 100 minutes

Key topics to be explored:

  • Understanding the gendered impacts of climate change
  • Enhancing gender sensitivity in climate reporting
  • Case studies: gender perspectives in climate change

Sign up for the webinar here or by following Climate In Arabic social media here

24 November 2023 – Webinar: The Intersectionality of Gender Issues with Climate Change


Noha lamlom

Noha is an international journalist and media trainer with 15 years of experience in journalism and journalistic training. She is a trainer for the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) in the Arab and Middle East regions, and a gender training specialist with the Norwegian Journalists Union in Africa.

Dr. Sawsan Elawady

Dr. Sawsan is a climate change expert and the President of the Impact for Environmental Action Foundation. She holds a PhD in Environmental Science and a member of the official youth constituency of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as well as the local contact point for the EU’s Climathon project.

Nouran Elmarsafy

Director of the Climate and Energy Program at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Nouran is a multi-passionate activist from Cairo, focusing on climate issues, feminism, and urbanism through various methods such as illustrations, advocacy campaigns, awareness, and academic research.

Ahmed Seba El-Lail

An environmental journalist and climate change researcher with over 6 years of experience covering national and international climate change topics. Ahmed has been a Climate Tracker fellow since 2018 and has worked on delivering journalism trainings across the Arab region.


  • 24 November 2023 16.00–17.30 Egypt Standard Time (GMT +2)
Egypt Standard Time (GMT +2)