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Jul 02

Pete Wilkinson - from Deptford to Antarctica

Pete Wilkinson helped establish Friends of the Earth, leaving after three years. In order to allow his natural campaigning flair to flourish he then joined Greenpeace UK. He was a co-founding member and became a central figure in the UK’s embryonic green movement.
Location:
Central Library
7-9 George IV Bridge
EH1 1EG Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Time:
19:00
Jul 02

Make Poverty History: 10 years on

On 2 July 2005 more than 200,000 people marched in Edinburgh under the banner of Make Poverty History. In the aftermath and in response to the presence of the G8 leaders at Gleneagles there were more marches an
Location:
Augustine United Church
41-43 George IV Bridge
EH1 1EL Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Time:
19:00
Sep 04

Scottish Communities CAN Autumn Conference

Are you working hard in your community helping make a lower carbon world or building local resilience? Are you looking for inspiration from exciting initiatives across Scotland? Would you like a group of like-minded people to reflect with and learn from?
Location:
Comrie Croft
Braincroft by Crief
PH7 4JZ Perthshire
United Kingdom
Time:
4 - 6 September
Sep 19

Food Chains: film screening and audience discussion

In a story whose after-taste is global, producers Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) and Eva Longoria (actress and Cesar Chavez Legacy Award winner) chart the inspirational fight by migrant US farm-workers to bring supermarket giants to the table over fair wages.
 
Location:
Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose Street
G3 6RB Glasgow
United Kingdom
Time:
Sep 19

Black Ice: The Story of the Arctic 30

When a Greenpeace ship set sail to protest the first oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean in defense against dangerous global climate change, no-one on board could have known what was coming.
Location:
Filmhouse
88 Lothian Road
EH3 9BZ Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Time:
Sep 22

Landfill Harmonics: film screening

The inspiring true story of The Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a youth music group from the slums of Paraguay, whose simple kindnesses and choice of instrument – recycled garbage – blaze with hope in the face of inequality and environmental injustice.

 

Location:
Filmhouse
88 Lothian Road
EH3 9BZ Glasgow
United Kingdom
Time:
10:00 - 12:00 pm
Sep 22

Food Chains: film screening and audience discussion

In a story whose after-taste is global, producers Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) and Eva Longoria (actress and Cesar Chavez Legacy Award winner) chart the inspirational fight by migrant US farm-workers to bring supermarket giants to the table over fair wages.
 
Location:
Filmhouse
88 Lothian Road
EH3 9BZ Edinburgh
United Kingdom
Time:
Sep 23

Landfill Harmonics: film screening

The inspiring true story of The Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a youth music group from the slums of Paraguay, whose simple kindnesses and choice of instrument – recycled garbage – blaze with hope in the face of inequality and environmental injustice.

Location:
Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose Street
G3 6RB Glasgow
United Kingdom
Time:
Sep 25

Curious communities and critical citizens

From socialist Sunday schools and workers’ education, to community learning and grassroots campaigning, those involved in movements for social change in Scotland traditionally sought to base their activism on a deep understanding of the root causes of social, environmental, economic and democra
Location:
Perth Concert Hall
Mill Street
PH1 5HZ Perth
United Kingdom
Time:
10:00 - 16:00
Sep 26

Road to Paris Training Weekend

Come along to a training day near you!

Location:
Various locations across Scotland
United Kingdom
Time:

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