Govanhill vs Climate Chaos: 2nd November

Climate Fresk

Tuesday 2nd November, 2pm – 5pm
The Courtyard, The Deep End, 21 Nithsdale Street (G41 2PZ)
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Climate Fresk is a game of collective intelligence that discusses different issues around climate change and how they are connected. It’s fun, collaborative and scientifically thorough (IPCC-based). By the end of the 3 hour workshop, you will feel empowered to take meaningful action against climate change. Come and play!

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Tuesday 2nd November, 2pm – 4pm

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What might a locally-led, place-specific experience of climate change add to the response to the climate emergency, and how might creative projects make a difference in the ways we can envisage our future? Includes speakers from Govanhill Baths, Open Road in Aberdeen and Creative Dundee’s ‘Cultivate’ projects.

Direct Action Training

Tuesday 2nd November, 6pm – 8:30pm
The Courtyard, The Deep End, 21 Nithsdale Street (G41 2PZ)

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Non violent direct action protest techniques go beyond institutionalised conflict procedures. The aims are to delay, to provide dramatic visual representation of opposition and to make the moral case for action. Training offered by Seeds for Change.

A Climate of Injustice

Tuesday 2nd November, 6pm – 7:30pm 
Venue Room, The Deep End, 21 Nithsdale Street (G41 2PZ)

The climate crisis is connected to all systems of power and oppression. Join the Feminist Exchange Network in a conversation about feminism, green economics and decolonisation through grassroot activism.

Climate Change Creative: Digital Launch Exhibition

Tuesday 2nd November, All Day (ongoing)
Venue / Exhibition Room, The Deep End, 21 Nithsdale Street (G41 2PZ)

This digital exhibition is a project created by artivist Fadzai Mwakutuya as an artist in residence for Enough!s Repository of the Undercommons Collective. The exhibition represents a global call to action, showcasing artwork from around the world that responds to the climate crisis. Providing a platform for marginalisedvoices, it is a collaborative space for sharing banners and images that can be downloaded and used as protest placards for climate change action. Artworks produced by local people during the workshop on the 3rd of November will be added to this exhibition.