Voice of nature Kinstitute is an artistic platform for Environmental Justice, based on long-term investigations dedicated to environmental crimes, ecocide and the possibilities of proposing environmental justice through artistic, juridical, ritualistic and restorative justice practices to find a collective language between humans and other than humans, focused on inter-being, intersectionality and reciprocal care.
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Working groups

Group 5 - 2021 Restorative circle for Rio Tejo in collaboration with Terra Batida

Group 4 - 2021 Rights of nature for recognition of legal entity of Zenne River

Group 3 - 2021 Ecocide and Advocacy in collaboration with Green art Lab alliance
In this Working Group partners No Lugar (Ecuador), On the Move (Belgium), Invisible Flock (UK) and SAKA (Philippines) collaborate on connecting with policymakers and lawyers on making environmental crimes juridical crimes. Central questions include: What are the legal procedures to become a guardian of nature? How to articulate a relational jurisprudence as a guardian of nature? How do we represent Nature in court and how do we protect those who protect Nature?

Group 2 - 2020 River rights in collaboration with Human Rights: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Gent university

In this working group of students from different disciplines investigate the current legal system in Belgium and the the possibility to recognize legal personality to rivers in a european context.

Group 1 - 2018 Ecocide and rights of nature in collaboration with Faculty of Law Ghent, coordinated by Hendrik Shoukens

Students of law get working assignments on the topic of ecocide, indigenous law and rights of nature

Member of the Alliance with European forum of restorative justice, contribution for publication Environmental justice Towards the future