June 29 New York Event: Rights of Future Generations from the ICJ Climate Case to the UN Summit of the Future

| June 26, 2023 | Leave a Comment


June, 29th 2023: Recognizing and Strengthening Rights of Future Generations: From the ICJ Climate Case to the UN Summit of the Future


Diplomatic Roundtable – New York, Thursday, June 29, 9:45-13:00

The Diplomat Ballroom, Millennium Hilton, One UN Plaza, New York 

9:45-13:00 New York Time / Registration and coffee from 9:15


The primary purposes of the event are to:

  • Encourage governments and international organizations to participate in the ICJ Climate Case – including by making a submission to the Court by the October 20 deadline;
  • Ensure that such submissions include references to international law protecting the rights of future generations;
  • Discuss how the ICJ Climate Case and the developing law on the rights of future generations can impact positively to ensure a successful outcome of the UN Summit of the Future in 2024.

Hosted by Normandy Chair for Peace, Permanent Mission of Vanuatu to the UN
& Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the UN

Cosponsors: Basel Peace Office, Coalition for the UN We Need, International Council of Environmental Law, Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD), University for Peace (UPEACE), World Future Council, World’s Youth for Climate Justice

Simultaneous online translation in Arabic, English, French, and Spanish (via your personal smartphone, tablet or laptop even for the in person event
please come with your headphones)

Registration for in-person attendance: https://forms.gle/LiN6p2bGNXwMgZwY6 

Registration for on-line attendance (access to simultaneous translation): https://syvik-fr.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xgRb8QlxSrCRpNKk39s8_A

Livestreamed (no translation): https://www.facebook.com/NormandyChairForPeace

Find out more here.


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