After completing the registration process and subsequent evaluation of the documentation and other academic elements presented by the applicants, the General Secretariat of the Simón Bolívar Andean University formalized the list of admitted to the Master's Degree in Rights of Nature and Intercultural Justice.
Master's Degree in
Rights of Nature and Intercultural Justice
The Master's Degree in Rights of Nature and Intercultural Justice will prepare professionals, from an historical, comparative and interdisciplinary perspective, to address the conflicts that are generated in the processes of dispossession of natural resources or goods.
The aim is to accentuate the interrelations between socio-environmental conflicts and justice from an intercultural perspective that recognises nature as a subject of rights and the collective rights of peoples and nationalities whose relationship with nature has always been one of protection.
Is an initiative whose objective is to establish an academic program that addresses two fundamental axes: The Defense of Nature and the Construction of Peace.
OPT-IN becomes an open door to promote an exchange between different types of academies, by consolidating a process of horizontal globalization, which takes into account civil society and the need to protect diversity in all its areas, and in different worldwide regions.