Civil Society Expert - Swiss - Genève - Genève
Access to justice Free Trade Agreements Support of SSE projects Local public action Climate adaptation Sustainable agriculture Organic Agriculture Global agriculture Local agriculture and food Contract farming Urban agriculture Events facilitation Conference facilitation Participatory approach Economic and social empowerment Economic empowerment Biodiversity CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) Short food supply chains Short chains International trade Global value chains Sustainable development communication Urban composting Women's rights Human rights Indigenous peoples' rights Human rights and environment Women's rights at work Children's rights Fundamental rights Economic and social rights Charte des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne Defendant's rights LGBT rights Human rights Civil rights Human rights Promotion of the rights of women and girls Human rights policies World Trade Organization (WTO) Mainstreaming Composting Gender studies Qualitative research Social impact assessments Writing of social impact studies Trade policy
IISD - Les Défricheuses
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Modification Date14 October 2022
Caroline Dommen is a Senior Associate of the International Institute for Sustainable Development and co-founder of the association Les Défricheuses. It is committed to an economy that is more respectful of people and the biosphere. She undertakes research, teaches and publishes on the respect of women's rights in the economy. At the local level Caroline is committed to a circular economy, short food circuits and biodiversity in the city. Among other things, it carries the Grainothèque 1203 Graines.