Southern voices on climate policy choices: analysis of and lessons learned from civil society advocacy on climate change
This report provides an analysis of the tools and tactics advocacy groups use to influence policy responses to climate change at international, regional, national and sub-national levels. More than 20 climate networks and their member organisations have contributed to the report with their experiences of advocacy on climate change, including over 70 case studies from a wide range of countries - including many of the poorest - in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Pacific. These advocacy activities primarily target national governments, but also international and regional processes, donors and the private sector.
Analyses and case studies show how civil society plays key roles in pushing for new laws, programmes, policies or strategies on climate change, in holding governments to account on their commitments; in identifying the lack of joined-up government responses to climate change; and in ensuring that national policy making does not forget the poor and vulnerable.
The report is the first joint product of the Southern Voices Capacity Building Programme, or for short: Southern Voices on Climate Change.
The executive summary is available in English, Spanish and French.
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Available at https://www.iied.org/10032iied