“Amerindian Women Speak Out: Environment, Climate Crisis, Land and Gender in Brazilian Amazonia from Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives “.
Amerindian activists and anthropologist Nelly Marubo and Francineia Baniwá present indigenous perspectives and invite participants to an open discussion.
Nelly Marubo and Francineia Baniwá are indigenous anthropologists and activists from two distinct regions in Brazilian Amazonia who are visiting the University of St-Andrews to present their own Amerindian people’s perspectives on environmental destruction and climate. In this panel they will talk about gender and the question of territory and engage with the public.
Panel open to the Public:
Tuesday 13th September
Location: UCO School I
Amerindian women Nelly Marubo and Francineia Baniwá give indigenous perspectives on environment in Brazilian Amazonia