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Conference: Indigenous Rights and Extractive Industries in the Amazon

Registration is now open for part two of our two-day virtual conference, in collaboration with the US Embassy in Suriname the Youth Education and Leadership Foundation, on indigenous rights and extractive industries in the Amazon.

Register here: https://buff.ly/33wJP3U

Indigenous Rights in the Amazon
Watch the webinar recording here.

Extractive Industries in the Amazon
September 30, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM EDT

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