Across the world, parents, grandparents, and caregivers are taking climate action to protect the kids they love, children everywhere, and our shared home.
The Climate Parent Fellowship aims to support parent-led, intergenerational, and family-centered climate engagement work.
Now in its second year, it has enabled 27 organizers from 19 countries across the globe to develop and grow their projects, organizations, campaigns, and strategies.
To date, Fellows have come from: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, New Zealand, Nigeria, Mexico, Poland, Rwanda, South Africa, the Solomon Islands, Vietnam, Uganda, the UK, and the US.
Fellows receive training, mentorship, and a part-time stipend, which aims to make their climate organizing work more sustainable. The Fellowship also acts as a peer-to-peer learning network.
Fellows are people who are playing a significant role in the climate parent movement or they are bringing in a new idea or concept with strong potential to strengthen the climate parent movement. Find out about our selection criteria here.
The Fellowship is a joint project between Our Kids Climate and Parents For Future Global.
Meet the 2022/23 Fellows
The second Fellowship cohort is made up of 15 individuals from 13 countries. It includes creative campaigners, grassroots organizers, communicators, indigenous leaders, artists, and educators. The second group began the Fellowship in July 2022.
resilience initiatives in Kenya and across East Africa. She co-founded two women led
organizations – Women in Water and Natural Resources Conservation in Kenya
and Women’s Climate Centers International across East Africa. Through the two
organizations Rose has mobilized and formed a network of women climate accelerators
through the establishment of community climate centers. These centers bring men, women, boys, girls, and families together to address climate related challenges and build a sustainable future.
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The 2021/22 Fellows