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Jérémie Gilbert

Jérémie Gilbert


Jérémie is an advocate and a professor of human rights law.

He is currently teaching at Roehampton Law School and his main area of research is focused on the interaction between international human rights, the protection of the environment and the emerging rights of nature. 

Jérémie advocates for the rights to land and natural resources of indigenous peoples’, he has served as a consultant for international organisations on indigenous peoples’ rights, including being invited to serve as an independent expert for the UN Expert Seminar on Treaties, Agreements and other Constructive Arrangements between States and Indigenous Peoples, served as a consultant for the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and the UN Division for Inclusive Social Development. 

He also works with non-governmental organisations supporting human rights and environmental justice. He is an associate expert member of the Forest Peoples Programme, a board member of the Peoples Planet Project and a strategic advisor for the Clean Trade, and formerly was the vice-chair of the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs and member of Minority Rights Group International advisory board.

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