Organized by: Hamburg Institute for Social Research
Participant: Carolina Angel Botero
In the Colombia Peace Accords, the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) has recognized indigenous territories as victims of armed conflict in several of its legal decisions. These groundbreaking decisions invite the human rights and transitional justice communities to deeply rethink their conceptualization of human life, since they recognize that human beings are not the only living beings who can be damaged and violated – with the rights to justice and reparation in the context of the transitional justice processes.
Event co-sponsored by the Environmental Studies program, the Biology Department, and the Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology program at the Lynch School.
Spanish to English translation will be provided.
Our Principal Investigator, Lieselotte Viaene, is gonna give the seminar “Human rights and the more-than-human: legal anthropological dialogues” at Queen’s University Belfast School of Law, Human Rights Centre.
Date: 19 November, 2pm (N-Ireland) – 3pm (Madrid)
Via MS Teams register to attend here:
EU Research spoke to our Principal Investigator, Lieselotte Viaene, about the work of the RIVERS project in investigating how human rights and international law can move beyond its anthropocentric dogma by learning from the relationships that indigenous peoples have with water and nature.
Read here the full interview here.
La Comisión Étnica-Racial de la Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz (JEP) de Colombia y el Proyecto ERC RIVERS (UC3M) les invitamos cordialmente al Círculo de la Palabra. Armonía de la Madre Tierra: reparación del territorio y la Naturaleza como víctima que se organiza en el marco de la semana de los Pueblos Indígenas en el Sistema Integral de Verdad, Justicia, Reparación y No-Repetición de Colombia.
Online Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89461126318
Facebook live: FACEBOOK.COM/RIVERSERCPROJECT