Strong UN Advocacy Means Frontline-Led Advocacy


Add to My Calendar Friday, April 26, 2024 10:00am to 11:00am


The Center for Constitutional Rights is proud to be a member of the U.S. Treaty Alliance. On Friday, April 26, the Treaty Alliance invites you to join an online event from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. ET with leading Indigenous and Black frontline community representatives. They will discuss how advocates pursuing respect for human rights and environmental justice within various UN initiatives can build collective strength to demand strong global rules to combat corporate abuses. 

Join us to hear more about this powerful global movement to build a UN treaty to hold corporations accountable, and learn how to become active in the struggle for a better future for marginalized communities everywhere. 

Jennifer K Falcon - US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (facilitator)
Marya Farah, Franciscans International
Jo Banner, The Descendants Project
June Lorenzo, International Indian Treaty Council
Anne White Hat, L’eau Est La Vie (Plaintiff, White Hat v Landry)
Harris Gleckman, Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power 

Register on Zoom

Photo of protestors behind a banner reading: Respect Indigenous Peoples Rights. Under photo: Strong UN Advocacy Means Frontline-led Advocacy. Headshots of Marya Farah, June Lorenzo, Anne White Hat, Jo Banner, and Harris Gleckman. How allies centering the shared demands of Indigenous peoples and frontline communities create stronger UN spaces for collective liberation. April 26, 2024 10AM ET. A US Treaty Alliance conversation on the sidelines of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and the UN Plastics Treaty moderated by Jennifer K. Falcon. Register: Logos for Franciscans International, US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, Center for Constitutional Rights

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April 19, 2024