What would feminist climate justice look like for everyday life?

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Date(s) - 30/06/2022
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Thursday 30 June / 6.00 to 9.00pm / Amnesty International UK, 25 New Inn Yard, EC2A 3EA

Enjoy an evening of lively discussion, performances, exhibition and networking with refreshments.

Wen (Women’s Environmental Network) and the Women’s Budget Group invite you to an evening exploring what a feminist approach to Climate Justice would look like for everyday life.

The evening will include an exhibition of creative works and live performances by the Climate Sisters, panel discussion, a Q&A session and time for networking with refreshments. We’re excited too that TATI a OTIJ-JO women led Collective will be catering for the event. Expect delicious authentic Bangla street food!

Speakers:

    • Chair – Maria Adebowale-Schwarte, CEO, Foundation for Future London and Wen Ambassador
    • Dee Woods – award-winning cook, community food educator, urban agriculturalist, broadcaster and researcher
    • Tiffany Lam – Feminist Green New Deal Green & Inclusive Transport Policy Paper author
    • Maeve Cohen – Feminist Green New Deal RoadMap author

More speakers tbc

Programme:

6pm – Registration, drinks & refreshments, networking & Climate Sisters Exhibition

7pm – Welcome & films

7.15pm – Performance

7.20pm – Speaker panel discussion

8.15pm – Q&A session

8.35pm – Performances

8.55pm – Closing words

9pm – Event ends

Tickets

All Wen events are charged at a nominal fee, to help cover some of the costs of the event. We also absorb the Eventbrite charge, so that you only pay the ticket price.

We recognise that the cost of living crisis may make it difficult for some people to attend paid for events. If you are struggling, then please feel free to select our concession ticket rate.

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