Call for Webinar Registration: Infrastructures of Harm, Communities of Knowledge, & Environmental

Human Rights Institute at SUNY Binghamton and Narrating Sustainability at NTNU are proud to invite you to a conversation with Marco Armiero and Divya Gupta, “Infrastructures of Harm, Communities of Knowledge, and Environmental Justice.” 

Welcome and introduction by Alexandra Moore (HRI Binghamton) and Hanna Musiol (NTNU)

Marco Armiero, “Placetelling: Wasteocene Stories of Oppression and Liberation”

Divya Gupta, “Environmental Governance and Justice: People’s Stories of Activism”

Q& A with the panelists and the public

Program as part of the Landscapes of Injustice, Landscapes of Repair Seminar Series. The event is co-organized by the Human Rights Institute and Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging TAE (Binghamton University), and Narrating Sustainability (NTNU, Norway). It is co-sponsored by the Sustainable Communities TAE (Binghamton University). The event is free and open to the public.

Mar 31, 2023 04:00 PM in Paris

For details on the webinar, please see here

Image credit: Gold Mining, Amazon Peru,2016, by Aida Miron. Digital Print, thread on linen, 124 x 124 cm.

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