A public forum on Typhoon Haiyan: Climate Change and Human Rights public forum at the St. Albans Uniting Church, on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Come and join a public forum at the St. Albans Filipino Uniting Church to discuss the link between climate change and human rights.
Hear from 4 guest speakers followed by a question and answer session as we discuss the struggles, threats and opportunities faced by the Philippines.
Sister Mary Francis Añover, National Coordinator of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines discusses government policy and human rights.
David Spratt, climate-policy analyst, talks about the causes and impacts of climate change.
Kim Nguyen, film maker from No Frontiers Media, talks about his visit to Tacloban after Typhoon Haiyan.
Ben Fraser, Act for Peace, outlines the relief and rehabilitation effort.
For more info contact Berlin: firstname.lastname@example.org, ph 0499303911 or Scott: email@example.com, ph 0407364056
Brought to you by the St Albans Uniting Church, the Interfaith Climate Project, the UCA Justice and International Mission (JIM) Unit, the Philippines Australia Solidarity Association – PASA, the Philippine Caucus for Peace, Act for Peace, No Frontiers Media and the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC).
What: Typhoon Haiyan: Climate Change and Human Rights
When: 7 June 2014 2-4PM
Where: St Albans Uniting Church, cnr East Esplanade and Elaine St
More information: For more info contact Berlin: firstname.lastname@example.org, ph 0499303911 or Scott: email@example.com, ph 0407364056