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NOW! Brussels | Discussion on Climate & Human Rights, with Patrizia Heidegger

Join us on Wednesday, July 15th, at 1 pm Brussels Time for an event hosted by the Brussels Climate team, with Patrizia Heidegger.

During this event, our local campaigners Annita and Martina will discuss with Patrizia Heidegger how a climate emergency should have a human rights dimension. Indeed, while campaigning in Brussels for a Global Climate Emergency, Annita and Martina have witnessed the repercussions that climate change has on individuals and societies beyond its effects on the environment, biodiversity, and rising global temperatures.

Join the discussion, whether you are in Brussels or elsewhere, to learn more about this and take a stand for environmental justice!

About Patrizia Heidegger: Patrizia Heidegger is the Director of Global Policies and Sustainability at the European Environmental Bureau and has been working as an advocate for global environmental justice, human rights, and development for 15 years.

Format: 45 minutes on Zoom and broadcasted on social media: 1) 30 minutes of questions and discussions, then 2) 15 minutes of Q&A from the audience. You will receive the link to participate soon after registering for the event.

P.S.: here you can find the event on Facebook.

July 15, 2020 at 1pm - 2pm
Brussels, Belgium 1000
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Annita Papa
Randi Rivadianza Clara von der Ropp Mirta Baselovic Alice Pinti Laura Giani Niklas Borg Nicole Nikolaou Vanessa Gorasso Muskaan Goyal Giovanni Garofalo Julie Ward Jennifer Engl Martina Nesi Charlotte Meyer Andrea Venzon Colombe Cahen-Salvador Annita Papa

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