This is a unique interactive games night designed to build empathy with climate migrants and encourage discussion around resilience. No experience or preparation is necessary. Players will be led through
This is a unique interactive games night designed to build empathy with climate migrants and encourage discussion around resilience. No experience or preparation is necessary. Players will be led through imaginative scenarios and they can choose their responses and actions.Come along expecting to join in, the imaginative leg work is up to you! Expect a friendly, and thought-provoking evening. Find creative solutions, experience unexpected shifting circumstances and find strength in solidarity with your fellow players. This is a game we’re not playing against each other but with one another, and you might be surprised by how it turns out. You can’t choose the cards you’re dealt but you can choose how you play them. Ever wonder about the future? Well this might even give you a glimpse of what’s to come. Free to participate in, and open to all our members, supporters, and anyone who shares Humanist Society Scotland’s vision and values. This evening is part of the Climate Fringe Festival. Facilitated by Hazel Darwin-Clements, writer, podcaster, project co-ordinator, performer, puppeteer and theatre maker.
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