From the Grassroots to the Courts: how criminalizing ecocide could benefit land defenders
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About the Event
- Molly Wickham, spokesperson for the Wet'suwet'en
- Chief Dana Tizya-Tramm of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, lead voice to defend the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
- Melissa Mollen Dupuis, co-founder of the Quebec branch of the Idle No More movement and current Boreal campaigner for the David Suzuki Foundation.
- Louise Romain, International grassroots outreach for Stop Ecocide international
Moderated by Suzanne Dhaliwal, climate justice creative, campaigner, researcher, lecturer in environmental justice and trainer in creative strategies for decolonisation.
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*** The shared vision for this series is to provide a space for Indigenous and non-Indigenous legal scholars and activists to unpack the potential (and the pitfalls) of this emerging instrument, an international crime of ecocide.