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The Bolivia Information Forum
+44 (0)20 7503 4163
Indigenous leaders will share inspiring examples of environmentally sustainable alternative development models based on millennia-old indigenous ways of life.
Bolivia's social movements are demanding climate justice for the world's poor who are most impacted by climate change, which they recognise as being caused primarily by industrialised countries.
Event open to all, to register please email:
“Bolivian indigenous leaders taking action on climate change”
Friday 4 Dec 2009
Darwin Lecture Theatre
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
(entrance via Malet Place)
Ever Choquehuanca - CSCIB (peasant social movement)
Cristian Domínguez - CSUTCB (peasant social movement)
Rafael Quispe Flores – CONAMAQ (indigenous social movement)
Elyzabeth Peredo (Fundación Solón)
Marcos Nordgren (Climate change
expert from Bolivian NGO CIPCA)
The Bolivia Civil Society Platform on Climate Change is an initiative coordinated by the key social and indigenous movements of Bolivia and is supported jointly by the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD), Christian Aid and Oxfam.
Bolivia Information Forum (BIF), Unit 3 Canonbury Yard, 190a New North Road, London N1 7BJ www.boliviainfoforum.org.uk
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