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FROM THE PACIFIC TO THE WORLD COURT - Info Slides

The Pacific Island Students Fighting Climate Change (PISFCC) and the World's Youth for Climate Justice (WYCJ) student-led movements prove how ambition and persistence can set global politics in motion. After a historic vote by the United Nations, the International Court of Justice, the world's highest court, will soon issue an advisory opinion on the interconnection between climate change and human rights. This process could initiate a global turning point in the fight for climate justice.
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  • Patrick Kiash

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    Powerful; ambition, lets continue pushing the voice and action until global politics and policy makers cant sway away with the right and needed voices.

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    • Munene Mugambi

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      From Pacific to the World, I like the ring on that. Student led movements also can bring change

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      • NOT JUST CELSIUS

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        You are absolutely right! Check out our latest post where we go into more detail about the intersection of the Climate Crisis and Human Rights! :)

        • Tabitha Kimani

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          Human rights are adversely affected by climate change. E.g. when flood displace people and affect their right to shelter, health and increase levels of poverty. When oceans rice and displace place it is quite devastating.

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