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Human Rights in the Face of Climate Crisis: a youth-led initiative to bring Climate Justice to the International Court of Justice–A historic time
The human rights of people living in communities on the frontline of the climate crisis are already being impacted and violated today. The rights to life, housing, food, and health are infringed by climate change impacts every day.

Vulnerable groups such as women, children, Indigenous people, the elderly, people living in poverty, and other marginalized groups are facing the brunt of this crisis. All this has been reiterated countless times and articulated by Indigenous leaders, community organisers, activists, youth, elders, academia, and some politicians. Despite these efforts, global society continues to implement sustainable solutions at no more than a glacial pace.

Recognizing this reality, the ICJ Advisory Opinion campaign has grown beyond the Pacific where Pacific youth and partners are working tirelessly to galvanise support both regionally and internationally. Youth from around the world have united in this mission under the youth-led umbrella-organisation World’s Youth for Climate Justice.

Recently the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Final Draft Resolution requesting an Advisory Opinion on Climate Change from the International Court of Justice has been formally released by the Government of Vanuatu. 105 UN member states have co-sponsored the resolution. Co-sponsorship is still open! Call on your governments to vote YES to the ICJ AO resolution.

As such, the World’s Youth for Climate Justice and the Asian Research Institute for Environmental Law, together with our partner organizations, are organizing an online conference this March 10 in anticipation and support for the UNGA vote that is scheduled to take place in late March 2023

March 10, 2023 | Friday
14:30 -3:00 Thailand/Cambodia/Vietnam
15:30 - 16:00 Philippines/Malaysia/Singapore
17:30 - 6:00 Sydney/Melbourne/Brisbane
8:30 - 21:00 Paris/ Berlin/ Amsterdam
9:30 - 20:00 South Africa
2:30 - 15:00 New york
1:30 - 14:00 Costa Rica

Mar 10, 2023 02:30 PM in Bangkok

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