KWIC World Issues Cafe with Caleb Behn @ ReFrame

KWIC Presents: Law and Policy in the Anthropocene: 'Fractured Land' as Advocacy 2.0

Check out Caleb Behn's post-film discussion from January 30th, 2016.

A special thanks to Steve Blair for filming this KWIC World Issues Cafe.

This KWIC World Issues Cafe was in partnership with the ReFrame Peterborough International Film Festival, and followed the documentary film screening, 'Fractured Land' (Fiona Rayher and Damien Gillis; 2015. 78 min).

Caleb's talk, Law and Policy in the Anthropocene: "Fractured Land" as Advocacy 2.0 explores the interface between indigenous law and environmental law with a focus on unconventional energy in Canada, and  specifically address the background to the film, Fractured Land, and why the film was necessary to Caleb's work in North Eastern BC, and how it inter-relates with larger energy issues in the anthropocene. 

Caleb's visit was generously supported by Trent University, Trent Indigenous Studies Program, Trent Indigenous Environmental Studies Progra, the First People's House of Learning and Trent Oxfam.