On Thursday 2nd March we, alongside The Race and Climate Justice Collective, Yorkshire Resits and Stop the Scan Campaign group will be joining for the first in person event of the year.

About this event

During the session, we will explore the intersection of the policing and criminal system with the climate emergency.

How are laws being used to prevent our democractic rights to basic necessities such as a livable planet?

What are the gaps in the narratives being told about people who migrate and have refugee status and it’s connection with the destruction of our living planet and ourselves?

We will come together to share food and drink, and a space of reflection during workshops, listening, processing and discussing how we can act and resist injustice. 

Date: Thursday 2nd March 2023

Time: 18:00

Venue: Duke Studios, 3 Sheaf St, Leeds LS10 1HD

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