VIDEO: Justice in a Multispecies world | Voices of the Dunes + roundtable discussion
In the second instalment of A Series of More-Than-Human Encounters we are inviting researchers, activists and artists in a three-day-programme to explore the meaning and potential of justice in a multi-species post-imperialist world. Should we confer fundamental rights to animals and natural formations - such as lakes, the seas, rainforests and the soil? What can historical, present-day and future human and more-than-human alliances of resistance teach us? How are the worldwide decolonial struggles related to the global and local struggles for the live, safety and autonomy of non-human animals?
20:00 – Welcome
20:05 – Animals in a more-than-human legality by Eva Bernet Kempers
20:15 – Voices of the Dunes by The Dunes of Schouwen-Duiveland
20:25 – Is representation enough? by Darko Lagunas
20:35 – Round table discussion with Eva Bernet Kempers, Darko Lagunas and The Dunes of Schouwen-Duiveland, moderated by Mariska Jung
21:05–21:30 – Q&A with the Zoom-audience
• Eva Bernet Kempers (1993) studied cultural anthropology, green criminology, and environmental law at Utrecht University. She combines perspectives from different disciplines in her current PhD-research under the auspices of the Animal & Law Chair at the University of Antwerp.
• Darko Lagunas (1987) is an urban sociologist and action-researcher that focuses on socio-environmental issues. He is particularly interested in how western knowledge reproduces dualities and systems of supremacy.