Webinar 2.0


TO REGISTER FOR OUR NEXT WEBINAR (Thursday, April 30th, 16:00 GMT), WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE IN SPANISH, please register here: https://mailchi.mp/therightsofnature/1800fi4604

PARA REGISTRARSE PARA NUESTRO PROXIMO WEBINAR (Jueves, Abril 30, 16:00 GMT), QUE SERÁ EN ESPAÑOL, por favor haga click aquí: https://mailchi.mp/therightsofnature/1800fi4604

Our second Rights of Nature webinar series is taking place, and it focuses on “Indigenous Wisdom and the Rights of Nature”.

If you wish to download the programme of our Webinar 2.0, please click here>

This series aims to create a unique space for Indigenous legal experts and Indigenous Rights of Nature advocates from around the world to share their important work to protect Mother Earth in their regions, communities, nations and tribes. 

Please check in on us periodically to find out more!


Webinar 1 – 2.0

Join us in the first Webinar of this series, with our very own Tom Goldtooth, who is part of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature’s Executive Committee, since its beginnings. We are proud to open with such an emblematic, representative and admirable person, who has shown his interest and care for the Rights of Nature in anything and everything he does.

Save the date and mark your calendars for August 27th, 2019 at 16.00GMT.

Please click here to register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd8cZ5uuKpGgkhRt8jZQh7Z3vo-9vVV3mC51H4Q2-wetBU4jg/viewform

Remember, this Webinar is free of charge, but you must register in order to participate.


Webinar 2 – 2.0

The 2nd Webinar from our series: “Listen as the Earth Speaks” is coming up soon! We are so excited to listen and learn from three admirable people who move and shake Africa with their initiatives. 

Please join us in this interesting session, held by three of Africa’s respected Earth Jurisprudence practitioners, in Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Each of them is immersed in protecting rivers, lakes and wetlands, which are sacred and also are considered a life-source for local, indigenous communities. Their work centers on reviving customary laws, which inherently acknowledge the rights of water systems to remain healthy and to flow undisturbed in their natural habitat.

OUR SPEAKERS AND THE SUBJECTS THEY WILL DISCUSS:

– Simon Mitambo, from Kenya, shares how local schoolchildren are working with elders to restore Kithino River, and revive its sacred natural sites and the customary laws. 
– Dennis Tabaro, from Uganda, delves into the Rights of Nature clause in Uganda’s National Environment Act and the journey of Bagungu clans to gain recognition as the traditional custodians of Itaka lya Mwitanzigye (known widely as Lake Albert). 
– Method Gundidza, from Zimbabwe, tells the story of Bikita communities reviving their indigenous knowledge and practices that protect riverine and wetland vegetation, and resilience in the face of climate emergencies such as the recent Itai cyclone. 

This webinar will be held on September 24 2019, at 4 PM UTC, and will be held in English. 

TO REGISTER, PLEASE CLIK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: 
https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdzrdBI1mu5OHYHs9…/viewform 

For more information, please write to us at organizer@therightsofnature.org. 

*THIS WEBINAR IS FREE OF CHARGE, BUT YOU HAVE TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO GAIN ACCESS TO IT*


Hello everyone!
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The 2nd Webinar from our series: “Listen as the Earth Speaks” continues! We are so excited to listen to and learn from our friends from Africa. This time with Dafe Irikefe.
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Dafe is an environmental expert and certified member of United Nation’s Harmony with Nature programme, the Nigeria Environmental Society (MNES), the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Management (IEMA-UK 2005), and a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Diplomacy and Management (FCIPD). He is currently the Executive Director of the Foundation for Conservation of Nigerian Rivers and the Founder and President of the River Ethiope Trust Foundation.
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The topic of this webinar will be about rivers and about how they fulfill a multitude of ecological, economic, spiritual and aesthetic needs and wants. Rivers connect us with the past, to nature and unite us to one another. Rivers provide more than half of our clean drinking water, sustaining life itself. Rivers are home to wildlife, providing places for fish, birds, insects, and mammals to grow, flourish and thrive.
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Please join us in this interesting session to be held on October 29th, 2019, at 16h00 GMT, and will be held in English. 
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TO REGISTER, PLEASE CLIK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: 
https://mailchi.mp/therightsofnature/webinardafe 
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For more information, visit our website http://www.therightsofnature.org/webinar-2-0/ or write to us at organizer@therightsofnature.org.

*THIS WEBINAR IS FREE OF CHARGE, BUT YOU HAVE TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO GAIN ACCESS TO IT*



Amigas y amigos, estamos de vuelta con nuestras charlas en nuestro webinar “Escucha mientras habla la Tierra”, esta vez en español y con nuestro querido amigo Nantu Canelos, quien pertenece a la Nacionalidad Actuar del Ecuador (NAE) y es el nexo de las comunidades Actuar y el proyecto Kara Solar (https://karasolar.com).

Nantu nos conversará sobre los esfuerzos que han hecho los Pueblos Indígenas para prevenir la deforestación, la construcción de carreteras y la extinción cultural indígena de la Amazonía ecuatoriana, por medio del proyecto Kara Solar y el resto de personas que trabajan para este objetivo.

El webinar se realizará el día martes 10 de marzo de 2020 a las GMT 16h00. Al momento de registrarse, recibirá una referencia para saber la hora en su lugar de residencia.

Para registrarse y recibir información de cómo participar, por favor haga click en el siguiente link: https://bit.ly/39Ib3X0

Esperamos que nos puedan acompañar a esta interesante charla. Nuestros webinars son gratis, ¡pero no se olviden de registrarse!