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Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice in Bolivia Info Session

Tuesday, February 13 at 4:00pm to 4:30pm

McKenzie Hall, 345
1101 Kincaid Street, Eugene, OR

Join this (brief!) info session to learn more about a unique 21-day program through Bolivia, delving into indigenous rights, environmental justice, and rich cross-cultural experiences. This program offers an immersive exploration of Bolivia's communities, diverse landscapes and environmental challenges.

Program Highlights:

  • Visit the Pantanal wetlands and see remarkable flora and fauna.
  • Participate in service learning with various communities.
  • Understand a range of lenses through which indigenous peoples and other actors view the environment.
  • Study a range of topics, including indigenous rights, self-determination and autonomy, environmental conservation, oil/gas/mining conflicts on indigenous territories, and sustainable development.
  • Gain firsthand insights into the complex interplay between cultural heritage, natural resource management, and modern challenges facing indigenous communities.
Event Type

Information Session

Departments

Division of Global Engagement, Global Education Oregon (GEO) Study Abroad

Target Audience

All Students

Website

https://geo.uoregon.edu/programs/amer...

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