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NGO CSW66 Forum Parallel Event
“Youth talk: action for climate justice, disaster prevention & gender equality”

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Young people in Japan and other Asian countries discuss effective ways to integrate gender perspectives into disaster risk reduction in the context of climate change. Representatives of CSOs or individuals demonstrate good practices of gender-responsive disaster risk prevention measures. Examples of efforts to raise awareness of the public in environmental issues may also be presented.


The event starts with presentations on initiatives by the local Kitakyushu communities, including the City, a university, and civil society. It then proceeds to presentations by 3 youth panelists from Japan and Asia, followed by a discussion.


This event is held as part of the NGO CSW66 Forum and will be delivered in English only.


For detailed event program, click here.


The text data of the event program is available here.



Date & Time:

March 17, 2022

4:00 – 5:30 AM EDT / 5:00 – 6:30 PM JST/GMT+9



Zoom Meeting (max. 85 participants)


Registration fee:



How to register:

Complete this registration form by March 16, 2022.


  • Once the form is submitted, you will receive an automated email with a Zoom link to join the event (be sure to provide a valid email address on the registration form). Keep this email safe until March 17.
  • If you do not receive the event link by March 16, contact us at:
  • Make sure to download the Zoom app prior to the event.


Please address any inquiries to:



About other parallel events

To view the full list of events held at the NGO CSW66 Forum, you must register for the Forum on this website. This is separate from the registration for the parallel event organized by KFAW.


Once on the above website, click “REGISTER NOW!” and follow the screen. Early registration is strongly recommended.


Please note that KFAW is unable to provide any assistance with or respond to inquiries related to registration for the NGO CSW66 Forum. 


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