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Photos taken during the Philippine Legal Education Board 2nd Environmental Law Faculty Training held at The Asian Development Bank Headquarters from 27-28 October 2022.
ELAC and Gerthie work together with civil society groups to educate indigenous people and local communities to protect their sources of food, water and livelihoods.
Surachai and Supaporn from EnLaw were working for a human rights law firm when they were assigned a case which turned into one of Thailand’s most notable cases of environmental litigation where ethnic villagers prevailed.
In Bangladesh, Professor Nazrul Islam is creating a new generation of environmental law champions while Goldman Environmental Prize winner Seyada Rizwana Hassan and her team of environmental defenders file and have won landmark cases.
Opening Remarks by ARIEL Director Matthew Baird and a welcoming address by Joan Carling.
The session looks at the role of environmental human rights defenders (EHRDs), SLAPPs suits and the emerging issues between human rights and environmental protection.
This session examines the growth of public interest environmental law and opportunities for the future.
The Philippines has crafted world-class environmental laws, but implementing and enforcing them remains a significant challenge.
Professors from Peking University Law School discuss why ADB and IUCN Academy's TTT training program is significant to the development of environmental law teaching in China.
Professors from Cambodia, Viet Nam, and Lao PDR explain why ADB and IUCN Academy's TTT training program is significant to the development of environmental law teaching in the Greater Mekong Subregion.