Central American Studies

CAS Human Rights Speakers Series

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

Jerome Richfield Hall 315

The Association Center of Applied Studies in Ecology and Environmental Sustainability - ECOS - arose in December 2017 as a group of women and men concerned about the socio-environmental problem facing the country, who decided to organize and put all their knowledge at the service of construction of a fair and sustainable society moving towards reducing inequalities.

Flyer for Human Rights Speakers Series on 09/25/19

The struggle against the corporate and government control of water is carried out since 2017 by the National Alliance Against the Privatization of Water.  This has been an organizing space to support environmental justice and for the better administration of vital resources for Central American communities.

This event is made possible by the Department of Central American Studies and the Central American Research and Policy Institute (CARPI).