The University of Arizona’s Center for Latin American Studies 2nd Annual Conference Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights & Extractive Industries Across the Americas: The Case of the Sarayaku of Ecuador

Date: 

Fri, 03/28/2014 - 13:00

The University of Arizona’s Center for Latin American Studies 2nd Annual Conference Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights & Extractive Industries Across the Americas:

The Case of the Sarayaku of Ecuador

 

Conference Panelists

Leila Salazar-López, Amazon Watch Program Director

Franco Viteri, President of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalists of the Ecuadorian Amazon

Dr. Laura Rival, Department of International Development University of Oxford

Brendan Kennedy, Law Student at the Rogers E. College of Law in the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program

When: March 28th, 2014, 1-3 pm

Where: Social Sciences Room 311

Funding has been provided by The Department of Education Title VI grant. This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Geography and Development and the Department of History, for more information contact Tad Pfister, The Center for Latin American Studies, Harvill Building, Suite 341B, 1103 E. 2nd Street, P.O. Box 210076 Tucson, AZ 85721-0076 (520) 626-0189

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