The European Inter-University for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) is offering a Training Seminar on Human Rights and the Environment. It will be held 21-23 November 2013 at The Venice Academy of Human Rights, an international and interdisciplinary program for human rights education, research and debate.
Colm Campbell, Professor of Law at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland.
Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara, founder and president of the Tethys Research Institute in Milan.
Tundi Agardy, internationally renowned marine conservationist with field and policy experience in African, Asian, Caribbean, Mediterranean, North American regions.
Charles Di Leva, Chief Counsel of the Environmental and International Law Unit at the World Bank.
Barbara Ruis, Legal Officer at the Division of Environmental Law and Conventions at the United Nations Environment Programme.
Karen Morrow, Co-director of the Centre for Environmental and Energy Law, Chair in Environmental Law at the Swansea University and founding co-editor in chief of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment.
Gordon Walker, Professor at the Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University and author of Environmental Justice: concepts, evidence and politics (Routledge, 2012).
Information, schedule, faculty information and application materials are available on the EIUC website.