The Centre for Lifelong Learning is delighted to be working with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences to deliver a series of Public Lectures.
Through these short, lunchtime lectures, you will have the opportunity to hear from expert academics about research topics which have been selected due to their broad appeal to a public audience and which reflect the diversity of work within the Faculty.
The first lecture in the series;
Nature and Human Rights
This seminar will focus on the latest science and the latest international legal developments on the deep connections between nature and human well-being (life, health, access to clean water and nutritious food). It will provide an opportunity to discuss why it matters (and why it remains politically controversial) that international law addresses the relationship between nature and human rights. It will also provide an opportunity to discuss current challenges to protect a healthy planet that, amongst other things, supports human flourishing.
The lecture costs £4.00 and can be booked online at https://mycll.strath.ac.uk
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Public Lecture - Nature and Human Rights are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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