Land Dialogues

Leading the Way: how indigenous youth combat climate change ​through land rights

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Young Indigenous Peoples are facing unprecedented challenges as they grow up in a world where climate change imperils their community’s cultural heritage and ways of life. In response, many are becoming new leaders in climate activism, championing land rights as a pivotal measure in combating environmental degradation and preserving traditional lifestyles.

Our first Land Dialogue of 2024 will explore the dynamic relationship between land tenure systems and climate resilience through the lens of Indigenous Peoples and local community youth.

In a world that is rapidly urbanising and warming, we will examine how youth are being encouraged to embrace their ancestral knowledge systems, the nature based solutions that are being widely applauded, to defend their land and  territories and actively lead on climate change.

Our discussion will focus on solutions and highlight youth-led responses to land and climate issues. What’s more, the webinar will provide a space for cross-cultural learning between young people from around the world, sparking unlikely but meaningful conversations. Listen in as young leaders create a space for a new kind of dialogue—one where Indigenous youth are leading the way.

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