We now face an unprecedented dual challenge of health and climate emergencies. These emergencies have sharply exposed racial and class inequalities. Many climate justice movements have long argued for anti-systemic
We now face an unprecedented dual challenge of health and climate emergencies. These emergencies have sharply exposed racial and class inequalities. Many climate justice movements have long argued for anti-systemic social transformation to free society from current exploitative and unsustainable systems.
The struggle to build and promote systemic alternatives requires deep reflections, rethinking and dialogues among activists, organizations and social movements worldwide. This workshop seeks to sharpen the arguments, ideas and tools we need to shape the future that we want.
The workshop will:
– Present and discuss what does “systemic change’ mean.
– Identify current lines of struggles which have anti-systemic potential in practice and analyse how to shift the current balance of power
All events will take place on Zoom and we will email through the relevant links beforehand when you register. You can get help installing zoom here.
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Samantha Hargreaves (WoMin Africa), Shalmali Guttal (Executive Director, Focus on the Global South), Pablo Solon (Director, Fundacion Solon), Christophe Aguiton (ATTAC France)
Organised in collaboration with:
ATTAC France, Focus on the Global South, Foundation Solon, Global Justice Now, Womin Africa
Part of From the Ground Up: Global Gathering for Climate Justice – a space for our movements to come together, strategise, and build power for systemic change.
(Sunday) 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm