Workshop: Can I Live? with Guest speaker Emily Bohobo N'Dombaxe Dola
This online workshop will take place in response to the online performance of Can I Live? by Fehinti Balogun. This workshop is a safe space dedicated to people of the
This online workshop will take place in response to the online performance of Can I Live? by Fehinti Balogun.
This workshop is a safe space dedicated to people of the Global Majority. If you do not identify with the above, we kindly ask that you do not book onto this session in order to maintain a safe space for those the session is intended for, and instead join here for our ‘Online Discussions’ which are open to everyone.
What’s it all about?
Join our online, interactive, post-show workshop to learn more about the climate movement. Whether you are new to the climate conversation or have been involved and are looking for your next steps, join these workshops to hear each other’s stories and share your own. Each week, we will be joined by a guest speaker involved in local climate activism, who will be sharing their own journey and experiences, and inspiring ways to get involved.
How do I join?
This event is taking place online through Zoom. Simply sign up here by booking a free ticket and a link with joining instructions will be emailed out to you on the morning of the event. If you can’t see an email with instructions check your spam folder. Email [email protected] if you have any issues locating the zoom link instructions email or if you can no longer attend.
*This workshop is for individuals who identify as people of colour only.*
Space is limited on this workshop so if you book a place but can no longer take part please email [email protected] to release the spot for someone else.
Places issued on a first come, first served basis. If you are unable to secure a place on this workshop please check our full online events schedule for Can I Live?. You can book for any of our online workshops regardless of location.
About Facilitator: Zahrah Vawda
Zahrah is a writer, visual artist and creative facilitator working with themes of nature, environment and community connection.
About the Guest speaker: Emily Bohobo N’Dombaxe Dola
Active in the international climate justice movement since 2018, Emily is a member of youth-led groups such as Youth4Nature and YOUNGO, focused on climate policy and advocacy issues around ecosystems, livelihoods and food systems, adaptation and resilience, and intersectionality and just transition. Holder of a BA in International Development and a MA in Social Anthropology from the University of Sussex, Emily’s scholarly interests include political economy, social ecology and knowledge production, approached through critical, participatory and decolonial lenses.
Outside from academia, Emily has a variety of experience in civil society organisations, campaigning and multi-sector projects addressing global and social challenges. Beyond the world of work and studying, Emily enjoys creative writing, reading and blogging.