Human Rights, Ethics and Climate Change: Webinar 3

Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert
Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert

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Online event during the 44th Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council

The COVID-19 crisis is affecting the whole of humanity. It poses a threat to human rights and calls for new forms of living together on this Earth with all members of the human family. This webinar series will discuss climate change and human rights from an ethical and spiritual perspective, bringing together a diversity of voices.

This third panel presents voices from the Global South, focusing on persons who do not have the opportunity to participate in the Sessions of the Human Rights Council, marginalized and vulnerable groups. Questions of intergenerational justice are also raised.

Speakers:

  • Marcelo Leites, World Student Christian Federation, LAC
  • Salvador Nieto, Integration System for Central America (SICA)
  • Igor Bastos, Global Catholic Climate Movement, Brazil
  • Fernanda Zúñiga, Lutheran World Federation Youth representative
  • Juan Chavez-Quispo, World Council of Churches Indigenous People’s Reference Group

Moderator:

  • Elena Cedillo, The Lutheran World Federation

 

Follow the event on Youtube Live



Questions on Youtube Live or at the email faithclimatechange1@gmail.com

 

Open to All
Begins
5:00 PM GMT+02:00
01 July 2020
Ends
6:00 PM GMT+02:00
01 July 2020

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Advocacy
Human Rights
Climate Justice
ethics

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