From Canada to Argentina, social movements this year targeted the persistence of gender-based violence. Now we need action to establish new norms.
Teresa Kramarz / @teresakramarz
Assistant Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Teresa Kramarz is Assistant Professor and Research Associate in Global Affairs at the Munk School of Global Affairs in the University of Toronto. She is the Co-Director of the Accountability in Global Environmental Governance Task Force and Fellow of the Earth System Governance research alliance. Dr. Kramarz is also the Director of Munk One, a program on global innovation for undergraduate students at the University of Toronto. An expert on international organizations and global governance, with emphasis on global environmental politics, her work has examined the impact of the World Bank’s public-private partnerships on democracy, innovation, and financially sustainable conservation governance, the legitimacy of the World Bank as a global knowledge actor, and accountability for the provision of global public goods. Her current research focuses on accountability in global environmental governance, energy and the environment in Latin America, and assessing the potential for democratic environmental governance in multi stakeholder initiatives.
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Those who already live with the effects of climate change, and need accountability most, lack the power to influence accountability mechanisms. Teresa Kramarz on why that’s a big problem.