16 Jul 2020 - 16 Jul 2020

Panel Discussion

Where are we now?

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As global emissions come crashing down in the face of the coronavirus lockdown, what does it mean for the climate emergency?

Leading figures from across the Climate Crisis movement - activists, commentators and artists - discuss where the movement is now, what we have learnt during the pandemic and how we move forward. 

This panel discussion is part of the Shifting Tides festival.

Dates & Tickets

Thurs 16 July 2.30pm

This event is free to attend but registration beforehand is needed. Register for this event here. This link will take you to a registration page on Zoom.

The event will last approximately one hour.

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This event will have live captioning.

Daze Aghaji is a climate activist and political candidate. She is currently studying History and Politics at Goldsmiths University. In 2019, Daze stood as an independent MEP candidate under the Climate and Ecological Emergency banner. She works with Extinction Rebellion Youth UK as their Regenerative Cultures coordinator and has recently become a young trustee with Blagrave Trust.

Cast & Creatives

Daze Aghaji
Sharlene Gandhi
Noga Levy-Rapoport
Louis VI

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