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COP27: Outcomes for youth, civil society and indigenous peoples

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The 2022 UN climate change conference – COP27 – has concluded.

Were there wins from this set of climate negotiations, or were they just another set of never-ending theoretical discussions?

BFM speaks to Malaysian activist Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar, the chairperson of Klima Action Malaysia (Kamy) who was in Sharm el-Sheikh for the talks, to get a youth perspective of what went down at the negotiations. She also talks about civil society’s demands and collective COP27 demands from the indigenous people of Malaysia, which were delivered to the official Malaysian delegation.

Produced and presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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  4. Selamatkan demokrasi dan angkatkan keluhuran undang-undang
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