Who Owns It — Oslo Workshop

WHO OWNS IT WORKSHOP

13th and 14th of August, 2012, at the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, University of Oslo.

The talks will be 90 mins long, including an informal QA and there will also be some timeslots assigned for the screening of films, at the end of each day.

The group will be basically us, and maybe some locals. Here is the proposed schedule.

Please let me know if you have any special requests (projector, etc.) or would like to change the date/time of your talk. Also, let me know if you have any dietary requirements.

 

MONDAY 13TH AUGUST

9.30-11 am                  Kim Angell: Territorial rights

11.15-12.45pm            Jemima García-Godos: Land restitution: Current issues
and practice

12.45-13.45                 Lunch break

13.45-15.15 pm           Gerhard Overland: Three Moral Arguments and Land Claims in Latin America

15.30-17.00 pm           Luiz Bernardo Pericás: The Landless Workers Movement in Brazil

17.00-18.00pm            FILM ABOUT THE MST (Introduced by Luiz)

TUESDAY 14TH AUGUST

9.30-11 am                  Henrik Wiig: The mighty few vs. the silent majority – Barriers to resource extraction for poverty reduction

11.15-12.45                 Tore Christian Haaland: The Zapatistas and Their Demands

12.45-13.45                 Lunch break

13.45-15.15 pm           Alejandra Mancilla: The Right of Necessity and the Paraguayan Campesinos

15.15-16.45                 José Aylwin: The Mapuche Land Claims in Chile

17.00-18.30                 FILM ABOUT THE ZAPATISTAS (introduced by Tore)

Here is some information about the hotel where the overseas visitors will be staying:

Hotel Rica Holberg

To get to the Hotel Rica Holberg from the airport,  the best option is to take the Airport Express train to  ‘Nationaltheatret’ (the National Theatre), and walk five minutes down  Fredriks gate and take to the left up Tullins gate and walk for 200  meters to you see the hotel right in front of you. Please review the  Google Maps link below. The airport express train leaves for the  Nationalteatheateret every 20 minutes.

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