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Practical Pathways to Climate Justice for First Nations Australians and Pacific Islanders - Follow up Webinar

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This webinar is to nominate working parties to finalise the Yidinji Proposition on Loss and Damages drafted at the 21st June 2024 workshop. Speakers include:

  1. EAROPH President Dr Emil Dardak,
  2. Kate Raworth, Senior Associate at Oxford University’sEnvironmental Change Institute, where she teaches on the Masters in Environmental Change and Management. She is also Professor of Practice at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
  3. Omar Siddique, Head of Unit, Sustainable Urban Development at United Nations ESCAP
  4. Steve Gawler, Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
  5. Sandi Taylor, a Kalkadoon, Ngnwun and Jirandali woman from north-west Queensland. Local EAROPH Australia member.
  6. Peter Cuming, President EAROPH Australia
  7. Martin Butcher, Faciltiated Participatory Development Designer
  8. Madam Mazrina Khalid, Secretary General, EAROPH.

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