In these two discussions, Dr Daphina Misiedjan, Assistant Professor in Environmental Justice and Human Rights at the International Institute of Social Studies talks about environmental justice, how it is unequally accessible and how to remedy that.
The Complexity of Inequality
In this roundtable discussion, 'Realising environmental justice - Part 1. How do social and environmental circumstances create complex inequality?', Misiedjan takes us on her mission to (re)think the way people and the environment are related.
Along with the other guests, Dr Julien Agyeman, Dr Virissa Lenters and Robert Vonk, Misiedjan explores how different social and environmental circumstances can create inequalities on a local, regional and international level.
Recorded in Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam, this discussion is part of the Designing Cities for All series which explores (re)designing inclusive cities.
Designing human rights for all
In this podcast by Annick van Rinsum, Misiedjan discusses the right to life, the right to water, legal personhood, and about(re)designing human rights for all.
This podcast is one of three in the Realising Environmental Justice series recorded at Pakhuis de Zwijger. The other episodes will be broadcast on 23 and 30 May.