Root Causes of Forced Migration: Climate Change, Food Production, and Environmental Disaster (Part 2)

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Join the NLG-SFBA as we seek to confront this urgent issue by learning about historical and current root causes of the crises, current organizing efforts, and how we can all take action by bridging our struggles here and internationally!

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26TH AT 6PM PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME!

Join attorneys and community organizers for conversation on how climate change is driving forced migration by endangering food production and increasing environmental disasters that are making locations across the world unlivable, and how grassroots movements are fighting against these incredible forces.

 

Speakers

 

Moderators

  • E Conner, NLG-SFBA Program Coordinator
  • Osman Yasin, NLG-SFBA Law Student Intern

 

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Register for our next webinar, Gender-Based Violence & Justice, here: bit.ly/RCOFM-Pt-3

Check out this video of our 1st webinar: Neoliberalism, Imperialism, and Militarization

 

When
May 26th, 2021 6:00 PM through  8:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Community Ticket - Free
MCLE Credit (Attorneys only) - $50/person (2 credits)