COP26: Human rights and ethics in the field of adaptation and resilience

Representatives from the LWF joined a march through Glasgow city center, calling for climate justice and for world leaders to address the climate emergency at COP26. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert
Representatives from the LWF joined a march through Glasgow city center, calling for climate justice and for world leaders to address the climate emergency at COP26. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert

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Panel discussion at the People’s Summit for Climate Justice

The event features diverse faith voices to share real-life perspectives on the human rights implications of climate change with communities seeking to devise and implement adaptation and resilience strategies. It aims to support and encourage faith-based organizations to engage openly with grassroots partners, indigenous communities, youth, and women based on respect for human rights, equality, and dignity. 

Contributors:

  • Lindsey Fielder Cook (USA/Germany, Quakers United Nations Office) 
  • Sister Jayanti (UK, Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University) 
  • Athena Peralta (Philippines/Switzerland, World Council of Churches) 
  • Yeb Saño (Philippines, Climate Pilgrimage and GreenPeace Southeast Asia) by video message 
  • Natan Schumann (Brazil, Lutheran World Federation) 
  • Iemaima Jennifer Vaai (Samoa/Fiji, Pacific Conference of Churches) 

 

Register for the event

Open to All
Begins
3:00 PM GMT+01:00
09 November 2021
Ends
4:30 PM GMT+01:00
09 November 2021

The Albany Learning and Conference Centre (GCVS)

44 Ashley Street
Glasgow City, Scotland G3 6DS
United Kingdom

Themes

COP26
Climate
Climate Change
Climate Justice
Youth

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