AGENDA

RIVERS participates in the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Conference “Socio-environmental Polarization and Great Power Rivalry”

Date: May 5-8, 2022

RIVERS participates in the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Conference

Indigenous Peoples, State-Capital and Water Extractivism: a multilevel analysis of water disputes in Guatemala (Spanish, online).

Organizers: Santiago Bastos (CIESAS Mexico) and María Jacinta Xón (RIVERS/UC3M)

Water Ontologies and Hydro-Extractivisms: Decolonizing Rivers in Central America and the Himalayan Region

Date: 17.02.2022

Organized by: Lieselotte Viaene (IP RIVERS/UC3M)

Participants: Georgina Drew (University of Adelaide), Austin Lord (Cornell University), Diego A Padilla (Universidad Rafael Landívar), Lieselotte Viaene (IP RIVERS/UC3M), Mabel D Gergan (Vanderbilt University)

THE RIGHTS OF NATURE AND THE RIGHT
TO TERRITORY OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES:
From universal intrinsic value to epistemic and ontological plurality

Date: 3.02.2022

Organized by: Max Planck Fellow Group Environmental Rights in Cultural Context (ERCC)

Participant: Digno Montalván (RIVERS/UC3M)