We work with a range of partners to produce new knowledge, exchange experiences, develop capacities, and support Southern-led environmental justice struggles.
We provide short training courses for policy-makers and practitioners. These courses are organized through the training office of the International Development Centre. Short courses on Climate Change, Water Security, Forest Governance and Ecosystem Services are run annually, and we can also organise bespoke courses to suit your needs.
We have developed an Environmental Justice Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Through this free training, anyone around the world can learn about the key concepts and political challenges of justice in relation to different topics of environmental management such as forestry, climate change and water.
We have produced a number of dissemination products including video clips on Testimonies of Justice. These can be used for educational and advocacy purposes. Please take a look at our videos.
Norwich Think Tanks
We organise Think Tanks that bring together activists, policy-makers and researchers to exchange experiences, discuss outstanding issues and review ways forward on global environmental justice.
The results of the first two Think Tanks are expressed in Norwich Declarations:
- First Norwich Declaration on Global Environmental Justice 2013 (English, Spanish)
- Second Norwich Declaration on Forest People's Rights and REDD+ Safeguards 2014 (English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, Vietnamese)
Visiting Fellows Programme
We welcome early-career researchers, activists and professionals working on environmental justice concerns to spend time with us. Our Visiting Fellows Programme provides a stimulating intellectual environment and logistical support (desk space and access to library services) for short-term visits up to two months. If interested please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We contribute to university education through undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programmes in environment, international development and geography. We value training future environmental managers and thus facilitate, for instance, an exchange between Master students and global environmental justice activists.