The Revisions Seminar Series returns on 10 November 2021, 12pm – 1:30pm via Zoom, at which we will hear from two leading scholars on ‘Climate Injustice, Reparations and International Law’. Our speakers talk directly to the COP26 agenda and will provide timely critical analysis of international law’s role in the intertwined issues of race, exploitation, and environmental degradation.
Usha Natarajan is Edward W Said Fellow at Columbia University, Global South Visiting Scholar at the University of British Columbia, Senior Fellow at Melbourne Law School, and International Schulich Visiting Scholar at Dalhousie University. Her research is multidisciplinary, utilizing Third World and postcolonial approaches to international law to provide an understanding of the relationship between international law and issues of development, migration, environment, and conflict.
Julia Dehm is a Senior Lecturer, LaTrobe University, Melbourne and her research addresses international and domestic climate change and environmental law, natural resource governance and questions of human rights, economic inequality and social justice.
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This Revision Seminar is a public event- all welcome!