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Access to climate / environmental justice from a decolonial perspective

  • Dates: 20 March 2024, 13:00 - 14:00
  • Cost: Free
  • Venue: Virtual
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About this event

Building from litigation and legal work on India and Latin America, Sue Willman will explore issues around climate and environmental justice from a decolonial perspective. Sue will also present the work done at King’s College London Human Rights and Environment Clinic as a model that can be replicated in other universities.

Sue Willman is a senior consultant and former partner at public interest legal aid firm Deighton Pierce Glynn (DPG) with over 30 years’ experience of innovative public interest litigation and collaboration with non-profit organisations and campaigners. In 2021, she was named The Times Lawyer of the Week, representing asylum seekers held at Napier Barracks in a successful judicial review. In recent years, she has led DPG’s international human rights work. She also works part-time at King’s College London where she has established a Human Rights and Environment Legal Clinic, the first in the UK.

  • Dates: 20 March 2024, 13:00 - 14:00
  • Cost: Free
  • Venue: Virtual
Register your FREE space on Zoom