UNESCO-MOST Programme at COP21: Creative Knowledge for Social Transformations

Highlights of the sessions organized by UNESCO’s MOST Programme at COP21, Le Bourget, UNESCO’s Pavilion (Espaces Générations climat) on 7 December 2015:
– “Make It Work” the simulation of Climate Negotiations with Clément Métivier (CliMates), Bénédicte Niel (Sciences Po Student) and Rémy Ruat (Sciences Po Student).
– A meeting with Franck Vogel, Photojournalist, introducing a photo documentary on the Bishnois of Rajasthan, India, a frontrunner community in sustainability.
– “Poverty and the MDGs: a Critical Look Forward” with Alberto Cimadamore (Scientific Director, CROP, ISSC-UiB), Thomas Pogge (Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs and Director of the Global Justice Program, Yale University), ) Sascha Gabizon (Executive Director of the International Network Women in Europe for a Common Future)
– Film “The Anthropologist”, meeting with Daniel A. Miller (Film Director) and Susie Crate (Anthropologist).
– “International Law in the Face of Climate Change” with Antonio Benjamin (Justice, Supreme Court of Brazil)
– Award Ceremony “Global Challenges Youth Music Contest” with Miroslav Polzer (International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges), John Crowley (Chief of Section, Research, Policy and Foresight, UNESCO), Rolf Holub (Regional Minister for Sustainable Development and Energy of Austrian Province of Carinthia), Adeline Suwana (Indonesia) “Sahabat Alam” (Friends of Nature), Online Voting Award and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Earth Guardians (United States) “Speak for the Trees”, Jury Award.

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