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Human rights and climate change

For something different to our usual discussions, for this episode we’re publishing the recording of a session delivered as part of the Centre for Sustainability, Equality and Climate Action’s (SECA) recent free weekly public lecture series, also titled ‘What is to be done?’. This session was excellent, not just for the importance of the topic but because of how and by whom it was delivered. We were fortunate to have insights from Alyson Kilpatrick, Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Consortium, as well as Belfast-based poet, Niamh McNally.

Warning! There is some honesty about our planetary crisis and bad language throughout, but also lots of humour and big slices of craic. Enjoy... 

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