Tue, 04 May|
Protecting the Amazon Region: Governance Gaps
This webinar aims at gathering experts from diverse disciplines on key aspects of the protection of the Amazon forest. It will address diverse gaps/challenges from anthropological, political science, legal and regional governance perspectives. Registration: Click on RSVP.
Time & Location
04 May 2021, 16:00 – 18:00 CEST
About the Event
- 16:00 Introduction
- 16:10 Health Centered Environmental Governance. Doreen Montag (Queen Mary University).
- 16:30 Can judges nudge national governments to protect the forest? Liliana Lizarazo Rodriguez (Brussels School of Governance VUB)
- 16: 50 Regional governance instruments for the Amazon region. Maria Antonia Tigre (Global Network for the Study of Human Rights and the Environment (GNHRE))
- 17:10 A critical perspective on the EU VPAs. Elke Verhaeghe (UNU-CRIS UGent)
- 17:30 Q&A
Moderated by Afaf Rahim, researcher of the ERC Curiae Virides Project
Organized by: ERC Curiae Virides Research Project (BSoG/VUB- Belgium), in collaboration with Queen Mary University (UK) and UNU-CRIS (Belgium).