[2018, International Rights of Nature Tribunal] On November 7th and 8th of 2017, the International Rights of Nature Tribunal held its fourth session in Bonn, Germany, at the LVR Landesmuseum. During the second day of hearings the Tribunal heard different cases of widespread violations of indigenous rights and the rights of Mother Earth throughout the Amazon. One of those cases was the case of the Indigenous Territory and National Park Isiboro Secure (TIPNIS for its acronym in Spanish) presented by the President of the Subcentral de Indigenous People of TIPNIS, Fabian Gil and the president of the Women Organization of TIPNIS Marqueza Teco Moyoviri de Maleca, among other experts.
Autor: International Rights of Nature Tribunal
Palabras clave: BONN, TRIBUNAL INTERNACIONAL DERECHOS NATURALEZA, MADRE TIERRA, TIDN