Anny Andaryati

Anny Andaryati

Anny Andaryati has been working to mainstream gender into green economy and resource management to increase gender and ecological justice. She believes that structural gender inequality needs to be addressed to assure gender equality and equity, the successful transition to a green economy and the achievement of sustainable development. In the absence of gender sensitive policies, green economy initiatives such as ecotourism may increase existing gender inequities and endanger overall sustainability. Anny is a member of global women’s rights organisations…

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Angela Kalisch (Chair)

Angela Kalisch (Chair)

Angela’s career includes teaching and lecturing in secondary and higher education, economic development for equal opportunities strategy in local authority, and twenty five years in tourism. She set up an adventure travel operation, developed international tourism policy for fair trade in tourism and corporate social responsibility, and eventually spent thirteen years in academia, lecturing on sustainable tourism. Gender politics have been an integral part of her personal and professional life. Before setting up her own adventure travel operations to the…

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Angela Hadjipateras

Angela Hadjipateras

Angela has worked on gender equality issues since the early 1990s. First, as Founder/Director of the Central America Women’s Network, which was established in 1991 to raise awareness of and support women’s rights struggles for equality and justice in the region. Then, from 1994-2006, she worked as Gender Policy Adviser and Trainer for ACORD – a pan-African organisation – and was involved in evaluating the impact of gender policy on programmes across many regions of sub- Saharan Africa. Her work…

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