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18
Jun
From18 June 2019
in (Belgium)
Organised byProtect the Defenders -European Union External Action Service-International Land Coalition

Indigenous peoples and environmental human rights defenders are today under menace: environmental degradation driven by political and economic interests aggravates inequality and impacts on communities, who are denied basic rights and face repression.

Amouzou Bedi posted news 16 May 2018

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Pierre Berman posted Information 19 March 2018

Here are two interesting upcoming events organized by the Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO) of the European Commission addressing issues related to the informal economy with regards to vulnerable groups:

United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) posted Information 13 March 2018

UN Environment has been undertaking work on human rights and the environment for almost two decades, trying to bring attention to the relationship between a safe and healthy environment and the enjoyment of human rights.

Surveillance camera
Over the last 20 years, digital technologies have reshaped the scope of international development. From the Internet of things and open data to artificial intelligence and robotics, emerging technologies have presented unprecedented opportunities for social and economic transformation across the world. But their implementation is riddled with many challenges.
18
Jan
From
18 January 2018 to 20 January 2018
in Kevelaer-Wetten (Germany)
Organised byOQ Consulting in cooperation with the Global Academy of Caring Economics

Want to become a Gender Expert?

Sida and the European Commission organised a preconference during the EPH conference in Stockholm on 1 November 2017 to discuss Health and Human Rights in Global Context.

indigenous woman working land
Indigenous peoples make up 5% of the global population, yet they account for 15% of the extreme poor. This is down to historical subjugation, but also ongoing discrimination – especially when it comes to rights over land and resources. The 2030 Agenda presents opportunities to close the gap and learn from shortcomings of the Millennium Development Goals, as well as to learn from indigenous peoples on matters from community resilience to natural resource management.

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