Benjamin Bibas

Environmental Justice

Environmental activist Benjamin Bibas founded Radiofonies Europe / La fabrique documentaire in 2005. From the early 2000s he was interested in judicial procedures on grave human rights violations, and then on the links between such violations and the mining business. In this context, he has researched several African countries including the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since 2015, he has been documenting the way that the global environmental crisis undermines both environmental rights and human rights.

Indigenous people are winning court battles
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SERIES (2/3) The Amazonian ecosystem is under threat, yet indigenous people have been fighting for it for more than 20 years before the Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights, winning some victories. The "right to a healthy environment" is gradually being incorporated into legal decisions. But in Brazil, as elsewhere, national courts […]
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