The Amazon Dams Network/ Rede Barragens Amazônicas (ADN/RBA), the Tropical Conservation and Development Program (TCD), The UF Levin College of Law and the UF Biodiversity Institute (UFBI) present:
An International Symposium and Webinar
Intersections Between the Protection of Human Rights and Biodiversity Conservation in the Amazon: A Research & Action Agenda
October 6, 2017, 9 am – 12 pm, Room E254 – CSE Building, University of Florida [right behind the Marston Science Library, Doors with ‘Informatics Institute and Biodiversity Institute (UFII & UFBI)’ sign].
Speakers and facilitators:
Joênia Wapichana [Indigenous Lawyer, Juridical Department Coordinator (CIR) Roraima Indigenous Council, Brazil]. Talk: Juridical Strategy of the Indigenous Council of Roraima – Brazil
Manolo Morales [Ecolex – Ecuador] Talk: Sharing the Experience of Training Indigenous Paralegal Agents in Ecuador.
Aidee Moser Luiz [State Prosecution Service (MPE – Rondônia), Brazil] Talk: Intersections between Environmental Law and Human Rights in the Madeira River Dams
Ubiratan Cazetta [Federal Prosecution Service (MPF), Brazil] Talk: The OIT 169 and the Intersections Between the Protection of Human Rights and Biodiversity Conservation in the Amazon
Simone Athayde and Maíra Irigaray – translation and facilitation of roundtable discussion [Amazon Dams Network/Rede Barragens Amazônicas (ADN/RBA), TCD and Dep. of Geography, University of Florida].
More information: http://www.tcd.ufl.edu/
Link to Connect on Zoom: https://ufl.zoom.us/j/997407170