You’re invited to a community talk about women, the climate crisis and what to do about it.
At a special event for International Women’s Day, a panel of women activists will discuss the climate emergency and how it disproportionately affects women. Come and join the debate and learn how we can act together to improve everyone’s lives.
Kate Metcalf, co-director of the Women’s Environmental Network
Alex Considine, of Fossil Free London, Fuel Poverty Action and Black Women’s Link
Chesca Walton, Green Party candidate for Hackney South.
The event is also a chance to find out about The Big One, a peaceful campaign uniting climate, nature, and social justice groups to bring 100,000 people together at the Houses of Parliament from April 21st to 24th this year. The campaign calls on the Government to stop funding fossil fuels, and empower ordinary people to lead the transition to a fair and sustainable society through Citizens’ Assemblies.
Come along, enjoy free vegan food, find out what role you can play in the most ambitious act of non-violent civil disobedience in recent UK history. There will be time for questions and answers, small group discussion with active listening and feedback.
We look forward to welcoming you to this inspiring debate and the chance to chat to other concerned residents from your community. It is not essential to book – you can just turn up on the day. Everyone is welcome – let’s decide together what’s needed to change the course of history.
This event is organised by Extinction Rebellion (XR) Hackney & Tower Hamlets in collaboration with Trusted Messengers, a group within the XR network organising public talks given by experts like scientists and doctors.
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