Conflict and working together: a transformative justice approach

23oct6:30 pm8:30 pmConflict and working together: a transformative justice approachLearn how to deal with conflict and better work together to build a resilient anti-oppressive movement6:30 pm - 8:30 pm OrganiserYoung Friends of the Earth ScotlandEvent TypeWebinar & Talks

Event Details

About this Event

This event is part of a series of skillsharing workshops open to young people in Scotland aged 16-30.

Conflict is inevitable when we work together. Learning how to deal with it and building community resilience is a crucial part of building an anti-oppressive climate movement. This skillshare run by members of Climate Camp Scotland offers an introduction to transformative justice, it’s history and how we can apply its principles to our movement spaces. We will explore tools for dealing with conflict and building community resilience to prevent harm.

The content of this skillshare has been inspired by the work of people from Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective, Critical Resistance, INCITE, Philly’s Pissed and Seeds for Change.

Accessibility

This interactive online workshop will run for two hours on Zoom with a short access break halfway through. All levels of experience are welcome. Please let us know about any access needs in the sign up form.

We have ringfenced fund for BSL interpretation. Please email [email protected] asap if you require an interpreter.

We also have small grants available for digital access (e.g. data, webcams). Please email [email protected]

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People and Planet is the UK’s leading student campaigning network.

Young Friends of the Earth Scotland is a grassroots network of young people, from across Scotland, working collectively for social and environmental justice.

**These events are run by young people, for young people. Please respect our age restrictions.**

Time

(Friday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Organiser

Young Friends of the Earth Scotland

[email protected] Thorn House, 5 Rose St, Edinburgh, EH2 2PR

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