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Global transitions

KIN Global Transitions (KIN GT) work programmes aim to contribute to transitions necessary for a just and climate neutral society with increased adaptive capacity among vulnerable groups. This is being achieved by identifying and accelerating system transitions suitable for the local context. Collaborations between different types of actors that are part of the system addressed, including marginalized groups and women, are established, strengthened and expanded through equal partnerships, capacity building and knowledge sharing. Specifically (Dutch) trade and its negative consequences for local climate resilience and livelihoods are identified and addressed through action perspectives. Programmes directly lead to knowledge on system transitions, new partnerships and new ways of working.

Scope

  • Work programmes focus on regions/countries that have contributed the least to climate change, but are most vulnerable to its risks

  • All work programmes focus on system transitions in thematic areas that are in line with the KIN programme themes, depending on the needs identified in the region.

  • As described above, KIN aims to contribute to a fair distribution of sharing the burden that climate change brings. KIN applies the lens of climate justice in all activities and expect the same from all partners collaborating on KIN programmes. Therefore, programmes will aim for just transitions, leaving no one behind and ensuring that voices that have been historically and deliberately marginalised are included.

KIN connects, broadens, deepens, and unlocks knowledge for transitions towards a climate-neutral and climate-resilient society.

Aim and objectives

KIN Global Transitions (KIN GT) work programmes aim to contribute to transitions necessary for a just and climate neutral society with increased adaptive capacity among vulnerable groups. This is being achieved by identifying and accelerating system transitions suitable for the local context. Collaborations between different types of actors that are part of the system addressed, including marginalized groups and women, are established, strengthened and expanded through equal partnerships, capacity building and knowledge sharing. Specifically (Dutch) trade and its negative consequences for local climate resilience and livelihoods are identified and addressed through action perspectives. Programmes directly lead to knowledge on system transitions, new partnerships and new ways of working.

Desired outcomes

Conditions

Demand driven

Local ownership

Mutual learning

Faciliterende omgeving