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Forum on the situation of Indigenous Communities confronting plunder and militarism

On the occasion of the 7th United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights (26-28 November, Geneva), you are warmly invited to a forum convened by the Indigenous Peoples’ Movement for Self-determination and Liberation (IPMSDL) and the World Council of Churches on the situation of Indigenous communities struggling against transnational extractive operations, energy projects and agro-industrial plantations.
Forum on the situation of Indigenous Communities confronting plunder and militarism

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When

28 - 28 November 2018 28 November 2018

Where

Visser 't Hooft Hall, Ecumenical Centre, Geneva

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On the occasion of the 7th United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights (26-28 November, Geneva), you are warmly invited to a forum convened by the Indigenous Peoples’ Movement for Self-determination and Liberation (IPMSDL) and the World Council of Churches on the situation of Indigenous communities struggling against transnational extractive operations, energy projects and agro-industrial plantations.


The forum "Stop Criminalizing Dissent - a forum on the situation of Indigenous Communities confronting plunder and militarism" will highlight on-going efforts and initiatives of Indigenous communities to defend their right to land, livelihoods, and life.


28 November 2018, from 17:30 to 19:30
At the Visser 't Hooft Hall, Ecumenical Centre
150 Route de Ferney
Geneva - Switzerland