We organise monthly talks, panels, forums to highlight intersections and continue public sensitisation and conscientisation.
April 26, 2022.
During this months session we, co-organising with Climate Action Leeds) will, through a panel of practitioners working in the West Yorkshire area, explore the different solutions that are put forward to the issues of Climate: as Crisis, as Emergency and as Justice:
We have a very special session this month! We are to welcome in our midst one, maybe two special guests, who hail from Kenya and who champion community activism and anti-colonialism in their respective fields.
Join us for a conversation with the renowned writer and literature professor Ngugi Wa Thiongo on the 13th of May 2021 from 18:00 BST.
Join us on 27th May at 6pm for a conversation on why reparations need to be at the heart of any climate justice demands and how our organising can reflect this.
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