IUCN Training for Pacific Island Magistrates

On 4 June, the IUCN Regional Office for Oceania presented training on human rights and the environment for lay magistrates from Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.

Traditional pandanus mat. Photo: Pepe Clarke

The training session formed part of a human rights training program organised by the UNDP Regional Rights Resource Team. The training session introduced participants to the linkages between human rights and the environment; explored key human rights and environment issues in the Pacific islands region, including climate change; reviewed key legal instruments, including international human rights conventions and national constitutions; and, discussed the integration of human rights and environmental issues into the practice of lay magistrates.

For more information, or to request copies of training materials, please email pepe.clarke@iucn.org.

Work area: 
Environmental Law
Environmental Law
Location: 
Oceania
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