This webinar will explore what The Right to a Healthy Environment entails. For instance, to what extent are the international community, states, and civil society (secular organizations, religious organizations, etc.) involved, and crucially, could they be more involved? Join our speakers for an engaging conversation.
Simone Borg
Professor of Environmental & Resources Law
University of Malta, Malta 
Shaun Larcom
Professor of Law, Economics and Institutions 
University of Cambridge, UK
Lucia Ann Silecchia
Associate Dean of Faculty Research, Professor of Law and Director of Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law 
John Mensah 
Assistant Lecturer at UPSA Law School (Ghana) and Doctoral Candidate at Fordham Law School
This program is organized in partnership with The Center for Research in Politics and Human Rights (PHR) at Sophia University Institute (Italy), and Observatorio de Derechos Humanos at the University of Valladolid (Spain)
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The Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer’s Work aims to help practicing lawyers and law students in their efforts to live integrated lives of faith in the context of the challenges of legal practice, and to promote dialogue on issues related to religion and law. It sponsors national and local inter-faith conferences, lectures and programs on religion, spirituality and legal practice. 



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