This 2-day workshop — on Sundays 5 and 12 August — supports all participants to research, write and enter another significant case study, peer-reviewed and posted online with your name as the contributor.

Check out the international online Environmental Justice Atlas (EJAtlas) — — a teaching, networking and advocacy resource for strategists, activist organisers, scholars, teachers and citizens to find more on often invisible eco-conflicts. The EJAtlas has 2500 worldwide cases, but only 17 recorded so far for Australia.

Please bring a laptop.

For more details, contact Anitra Nelson via OR 0426 766 755


Lower Merri, CERES Community Environment Park cnr Roberts and Stewart St, East Brunswick, 3057


Sundays 5 and 12 August