The Gender and Climate Game

A participatory activity to support experiential learning and dialogue on the differential vulnerability of women and men facing climate variability and change. Players first take on the role of subsistence farmers facing changing risks — then ‘walk in the shoes’ of a specific gender role. Experiencing the consequences of individual and collective decisions, rich discussions emerge, as do winners and losers.

Video of the game being used in Kenya
http://www.climatecentre.org/site/news/367/the-climate-gender-game

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