Women’s Work, Nature, and the Colonies: Screenings & Discussions with Africa in Motion

20aug(aug 20)5:00 pm22(aug 22)6:00 pmWomen’s Work, Nature, and the Colonies: Screenings & Discussions with Africa in Motion5:00 pm - 6:00 pm (22) OrganiserDear Green BothyEvent TypeCultural, Arts & Social

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PROGRAMME & BOOKING DETAILS COMING SOON via
www.africa-in-motion.org.uk

The global climate crisis is rooted in a socio-economic political system driven and sustained by resource extraction. The costs of this system are felt most urgently and destructively by those living in the resource-rich Global South and in particular by working class and indigenous women. Join us for a three-day programme of documentaries looking at capitalist extraction and environmental resistance across the African continent, with a focus on the vital work and activism of women. These screenings will be accompanied by a panel discussion with filmmakers featured in the programme, as well as activists working on the ground.

Hosted in partnership with Africa in Motion Film Festival and the EDI Lab at the University of Glasgow.

Time

20 (Friday) 5:00 pm - 22 (Sunday) 6:00 pm