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Dr Rupert read speaks on future generations

Dr Rupert Read talks on love for future people and on how we can get their needs addressed in policy at the CONVERGE rethinking globalisation seminar on Self Interest vs Self Preservation - what are the rights of future generations?

Podcast - Dr Rupert Read & Alice Vincent on Future Generations

Dr Rupert Read & Alice Vincent speaking at the seminar Self Interest vs Self Preservation - what are the rights of future generations?

15th June 2011 18:00 -20:00 St Nicholas House, Bristol, BS12AW

hosted by the Schumacher Institute in Bristol in Partnership with the Alliance for Future Generations

Self interest vs self preservation - What are the rights of future generations?

This event has now passed - View slides from this seminar, listen to podcasts.

15th June 2011 18:00 -20:00 St Nicholas House, Bristol, BS12AW

Send a letter for Future Generations

 

We have now learned with concern that the role of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Future Generations –and its associated constitutional guarantee of environmental rights –are currently under review as part of Hungary’s ongoing constitutional reform process.  

Please join us in writing a letter to Mr Jozsef Szajer, Vice-Chairman of European Peoples’ Party (EPP) Group urging him to reflect on the loss of genuine global leadership that would result from any decision to weaken Hungary’s Constitutional provisions in relation to the right to a healthy environment and the Parliamentary Commissioner for Future Generations. (Photo by Julia Davies)

Hungarian draft constitution undermines the rights of future generations

 

In Hungary the long term interests of the country are being endangered by a draft constitution which will abolish the right to a healthy environment and its representation via the Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Future Generations. The removal of the green ombudsman’s institution is promoted by the Fidesz – Hungarian Civic Union in hope of increasing short term economical and administrative advantages. Sándor Fülöp, the Hungarian Parliamentary Commissioner for Future Generations explains that the draft of the new Constitution, prepared by the governing parties, would in an internationally unprecedented manner abolish the fundamental right to a healthy environment and weaken significantly the institutional protection.

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