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The UN Climate Change Conference – COP26 takes place in Glasgow this coming November. It comes hot on the heels of the most recent and disturbing report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. With COP26 as the backdrop, join us this autumn for our #FirstWeds ‘Coping with COP: Reflections on the climate crisis, present and future’ series where we will be seeking wisdom and inspiration from youth, elders, and a wider cohort of community activists on the climate crisis, present and future.
At the first event of the series, ‘The Future is Now: Global Youth Voices on the Climate Crisis’ on 6 October, our youth panellists from Ireland, the Global South, and First Nations Indigenous from Canada, will reflect and share their perspectives on the present and the future, and their commitment and contribution to new forms of political activism. Our panellists will also discuss their views of the COP26.
6 October, 7-8:30 PM: The Future is Now: Global Youth Voices on the Climate Crisis
Join us in October when our youth panellists from Ireland and the global south reflect and share their perspectives on the present and the future, and their commitment and contribution to new forms of political activism. Our panellists will discuss their views of the COP26.
3 November, 7-8:30 PM: Where Does the Wisdom Lie? Elders on the Climate Crisis
In November, we will be in conversation with elders, reflecting on the cascading effects of the climate crises and biodiversity loss. What kind of paradigmatic shift is needed in response, and where does the wisdom for this lie?
1 December, 7-8:30 PM: Post-COP26: Community Activists on Where to Next
By December, COP26 will have concluded. Join our panel of community-based activists to discuss outcomes from COP and to explore how we can continue to work towards a social transformation that is grounded in justice and in responsibility for Earth and for each other.
We hope to see you there!
For any questions and to find out more, please contact Aga at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#FirstWeds events are organised in partnership with the Maynooth University Department of International Development and with the financial support of Concern Worldwide for which we are most grateful.
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