The Australian Wild Law Alliance (AWLA) and the Environment Defender’s Office Victoria are hosting a 1 day interactive workshop in Melbourne on Friday 17 August, titled “Wild Law – a vision for an Earth centred legal system”.
This workshop is an invitation to learn more about Wild Law and Earth Jurisprudence. The morning session will include presentations that cover a critique of modern environmental law, and an introduction to key elements of Wild Law, including rights of nature, living within our limits, cross cultural perspectives and implementing wild law. The afternoon session will offer interactive facilitated discussion groups to enable participants to explore the relevance of Wild Law to their own work and areas of interest.
The workshop will be of interest to legal practitioners, academics, regulators, policy makers, activists, students and interested members of the community. All are welcome to attend!
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You can book in for this workshop via Eventbrite: http://wildlawworkshop.eventbrite.com.au/
For more information about Australian Wild Law Alliance visit www.wildlaw.org.au