Legal action for the climate: the role of schools, teachers and students

An Oxford Education Deanery webinar.
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As recent events have demonstrated, many children and young people have taken it upon themselves to be at the forefront of efforts to address the climate disaster through legal action. In this webinar,convened by the University of Oxford’s climate jurisprudence and climate education researchers,you will learn what climate litigation is and how it works. The conversation will focus on youth-led legal action for the climate, underscoring the importance of civic engagement and how this can empower young people’s voices. The webinar will be a timely and important exploration of the rights and responsibilities of us all, and a useful contribution to Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE), Civics, and related curricula in schools.