The voice of indigenous peoples sets the pace for this visit dedicated to the climate emergency. By expressing themselves through art, legal texts, social networks or their knowledge and know-how, indigenous representatives invite you to rethink your own relationship with the environment and to weave a common future with them. This is an opportunity to be inspired by various alternatives for dealing with environmental degradation.
Important: it is now mandatory to present a COVID certificate to enter the MEG. Access to the MEG is only allowed with a COVID certificate and a valid QR code. The COVID certificate is required from the age of 16. An official identification document (identity card, passport, etc.) must be presented together with the COVID certificate. No data is retained when checking the COVID certificate. The nearest testing centre to the MEG is the Pharmacieplus du rond-point.
Next dates for the "Environmental Injustice - Indigenous Alternatives" visits:
Thursday 4 November
Saturday 13 November
Sunday 28 November
Thursday 2 December
Saturday 11 December
Sunday 19 December
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