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The panel will explore the intersection of power structures with efforts to foster greater autonomy among vulnerable groups; in particular, the conversation will consider issues of decision-making and access to resources when facing the local impact of global changes.

In the context of the many emerging and ongoing socioeconomic and environmental changes worldwide, panelists will share their observations and experiences challenging established power structures and fostering transformational approaches for socially inclusive resilience. The discussion will focus on successful approaches and solutions that have helped women and girls, improved community resilience, transformed food systems, and enhanced the livelihoods of some of the most vulnerable communities in the Global South.

Our expert panel of researchers and experts consists of:
• Nitya Rao, Professor of Gender & Development, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
• Daniel Morchain, Senior Adviser - Resilience & Climate, Oxfam GB, United Kingdom
• Amina Maharjan, Livelihoods Specialist Migration, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Nepal
• Maureen Kemunto Miruka, Director, Agriculture and Market Systems, CARE USA, Kenya

Santiago Alba Corral, Director, Agriculture and Environment, IDRC, will moderate the panel.