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Climate Colonialism and Climate Justice: the Case of Western Sahara

In-Person

This session will explore how climate action is used by Morocco to entrench its illegal occupation and bolster its green credentials, and how the Sahrawi people are systematically excluded from international climate finance and governance mechanisms, increasing their vulnerability and inhibiting their ability to adapt. It will examine the Sahrawi vision for climate action, and the centrality of self-determination for tackling climate injustice.

Contributors: Simon Anderson - IIED Edinburgh, Oubi Bouchraya Bachir - SADR Representative in the EU and Europe, Sid Breika - SADR Representative in the UK, Mohamed Ould Cherif - Association pour la Sauvegarde de l’Environment du Sahara Occidental (ASESO), Asriya Taleb - Sahrawi Human Rights Activist based in Norway, Joanna Allan - University of Northumbria, Nick Brooks - Garama 3C Ltd and University of East Anglia

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Details

Date:
November 8
Time:
11:45 am - 1:15 pm UTC+0
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Venue

Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose Street
Glasgow, G3 6RB United Kingdom

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In Person or Digital
In-Person
Translations
English
Room
Screen 1

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