Resisting Enclosure – Rights of Nature, the ALBA, Bolivia and Ecuador: NZ Legal Research Foundation Lecture

A lecture presenting my Fowlds Memorial Prize-winning Master of Laws thesis, entitled Resisting Enclosure: the emergence of an ethno-ecological governance in a comparative analysis of the constitutions of Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela, on 14 March 2013 at the University of Auckland School of Law. Generously sponsored by Chen Palmer, the event was organised by the New Zealand Legal Research Foundation.

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About Vernon Tava

Business broker, elected member of Auckland Council. Focused on sustainability. Lives in Auckland, New Zealand.
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