Mining the Land While Sustaining Iiyiyiuituwin

May 13, 2021 10am – 12pm (Ottawa) On line Exercising Indigenous Sovereignty through Collaboration with Corporations in Eeyou Istchee   About this event Conference hosted by the Interdisciplinary Research Group on Territories of Extractivism (GRITE), Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC), and UOttawa-ULyon Joint Research Chair on Urban Anthropocene Chair: Sophie Thériault, Civil Law, uOttawa Presented by Karine Vanthuyne,

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Saving Lake Nula : Postindustrial natures and new frontiers of environmentalism in postwar Bosnia Herzegovina

April 8, 2021 10am – 12pm (Ottawa) | 4pm – 6pm (France) On line 2nd session of the University of Ottawa – University of Lyon and Lyon Urban School Joint Research Chair Seminar “Urban Approaches and the Anthropocene” With Larisa Kurtović, Assistant Professor, Anthropology, uOttawa, and Yanna Jovic, Honors B.A. Conflict and Human Rights Studies Moderated by Karine Vanthuyne, Director

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Can David Beat Goliath? Strategies to Hold Canada’s Global Mining Sector Accountable

31 March 2021 11-30h – 13h On line Registration: Eventbrite Presented by CIPS, GRITE (Groupe de recherche interdisciplinaire sur les territoire de l’extractivisme | Interdisciplinary Research Group on Territories of Extractivism), and the uOttawa-ULyon Joint Research Chair on Urban Anthropocene   The human rights violations and environmental destruction related to mining represent a specifically Canadian contribution to global harm. In

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(Éco)tourisme comme mégaprojet extractiviste: le cas de Ile-à-Vache (Haïti)

11 février 2021 10h – 12h En ligne par Zoom et Facebook Live Voici le vidéo intégral de la conférence. https://www.facebook.com/GRITEuOttawa/videos/425452858709071 L’équipe du GRITE a le grand plaisir de vous convier à son premier événement de 2021 avec une présentation de Walner Osna, doctorant en sociologie à l’Université d’Ottawa, qui discutera le caractère extractiviste du projet (éco)touristique Destination Ile-à-Vache à Haïti.

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GRITE Winter 2021 Programme

Présenté par le Groupe de recherche interdisciplinaire sur les territoires de l’extractivisme (GRITE) et la Chaire conjointe de recherche UOttawa-ULyon sur l’urbain anthropocène. Hosted by the Interdisciplinary Research Group on the Territories of Extractivism (GRITE) and the UOttawa-ULyon Joint Research Chair on Urban Anthropocene.   11 février 2021. 10am-12pm. Via Zoom + Facebook (Éco)tourisme comme mégaprojet extractiviste: le cas de

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State-led Efforts to Reduce Environmental Impacts of Artisanal and Small-scale Mining in Tanzania: Implications for Fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals

Video available here on our Facebook page. Download Chris Huggins’ PowerPoint presentation here.  Co-hosted by GRITE and the Joint Research Chair UOttawa-ULyon on Urban Anthropocene, online brown bag session with Dr. Chris Huggins, professor at the School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa, research in collaboration with Dr. Abel Kinyondo, professor of economics at the

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Bulletin 2021

Nouveau/New! Le GRITE est présent sur les médias sociaux! GRITE is now on Twitter and IG! [En anglais] Conference video and summary of our November brown bag with Chris Huggins in collaboration with Dr. Abel Kinyondo State-led Efforts to Reduce Environmental Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Tanzania: Implications for Fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals Appel à propositions. Manifeste Mondial Anthropocène Call for proposals. World Anthropocene Manifesto [French only] Podcast. Explorer les conflits nés de l'extraction [French only] Appel à communications. Résistances territoriales dans les campagnes des Suds [Anglais seulement] Employment Opportunity. Network Coordinator: COVID-19/Mining Monitoring Group