Health as a mobilising tool against extractive projects

Roundtable
Aug 12 2016  9:00 - 11:30

Join the People’s Health Movement for a discussion about how activists have used health arguments to strengthen anti-mining organizing and how others can benefit from incorporating a health perspective into their campaigns. Partners will share their experiences organizing against uranium mining at Baker Lake, to serve as a starting point for others to strategize and learn about the strength in approaching anti-mining organizing work through a health lens. Other partners at the session may include MiningWatch, activists from Latin America, and physician activists opposing open pit mining in Western Canada.

Speakers
Lori Hanson, People's Health Movement Canada
Jack Hicks, People's Health Movement Canada
Candyce Paul, Committee for Future Generations
Roundtable
Aug 12 2016  9:00 - 11:30
Université du Québec à Montréal – Pavillon D (Local D-R200)
1430, rue Saint-Denis
Montréal, QC, Canada
Languages
French, English, Spanish
Simultaneous translation
French, English, Spanish
Target audiences
General, Workers, Indigenous
Activities extended on the Internet
yes
Last Modified
20 June 2016
Health as a mobilising tool against extractive projects
Organization(s) that co-animated activity
People’s Health Movement – USA
Self-managed committee
Comité Espace santé
Programming theme
Rights of Nature and Environmental Justice
Objectives
To inform / To make aware of
Skills’ development / Training
Networking / To meet
Converge for action / to decide
Partner development / alliances constitution
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