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Please notice: This is only for the livestreaming of the event. Only online tickets are available.

A space for dialogue and co-creation about the idea that Nature, not just humans, have rights. Can this idea be the foundation for a new dimension of respect and harmony between humanity and the planet? The legal and existential dimensions of this question are raised and examined, in dialogue with leading voices for Earth rights from different parts of the world.

This is the second international conference on Earth Rights arranged by Lodyn, the Sigtuna Foundation and Cemus. In cooperation with WWF, End Ecocide Sweden, Ekobanken, Färnebo Folkhögskola, Global Alliance For The Rights Of Nature (GARN), and Solidarity Sweden – Latin America (Latinamerikagrupperna)


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The online streaming of plenum sessions gives people from all around the world an opportunity to follow the live activities; the keynote speeches from Mari Margil, Gabriela Eslava and Tom Goldtooth, the panel discussions, the Tribunal on the Rights of Lake Vättern, the report from Sápmi, and the interactive session on how to continue forward together after the conference.

Moderator: David Bennett, Transition Network Sweden
Online host: Arci Pasanen, Rights of Nature Sweden
Program/info: www.earthrightsconference.org

All the physical conference tickets are sold out. Only online tickets are available.

Day 2 - Saturday
Online Webinar
kr 100

€9

Saturday May 11th: 9:15-10:30am and 1:30 - 3:30 pm

All hours in CET (Central European Time) with daylights saving time = UTC +2:00.

Tom Goldtooth
Tom B.K. Goldtooth (born July 27, 1953) is a Native American environmental, climate, and economic justice activist, speaker, film producer, and Indigenous rights leader within the climate and environmental justice and indigenous movement.
Gabriela Eslava
Gabriela Eslava Bejarano is one of the lawyers who represented the group of 25 young plaintiffs who sued the State of Colombia, which ended with the Colombian Amazon being granted rights.
Mari Margil
Associate director
Mari Margil is associate director of the US-based Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund

Panel discussion with AnnaKarin Hammar, Per Johansson, Parul Sharma and Mari Margil, moderated by Louise Hård af Segerstad.

16.00 Following the live stream with short commentaries from the following:
16.30 Tribunal thoughts: Mari Margil
17.15 Tribunal thoughts: Gabriela Eslava

Yes, the physical tickets are sold out and you can only attend by a link that we will provide for those that buy an online ticket.

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