The climate crisis is wreaking havoc in our world, putting millions of lives at risk.
This event is part 1 of a 4-part series that will explore the climate crisis and how it intersects with issues of poverty, racism and gender inequality.
The first of this 4-part series, will be a fresh, new, live conversation considering both the G7 and COP26 this year: What’s happened? What’s going to happen? Why is this such an important year? Why does this matter for people in poverty? What can churches and Christians do to get involved and have their voices heard?
We’ll hear from Laura Young @lesswastelaura, renowned climate activist Ruth Valerio, movement building expert Hannington Muyenje, Oscar Danladi who is a young theologian based in Nigeria and activist Georgia Allen.
In the following weeks*, parts 2-4 of this series will replay the insightful and powerful talks and discussions from the global Justice Conference in May 2021. These sessions around climate, race and gender were so well received that we wanted to make them available to others who might have missed out.
This series will feature well-respected theological voices from around the world, including an extended interview with Brazilian Liberation theologian Leonardo Boff, and presentations from Jason Fileta and Ruth Valerio, and panel discussions with experts on this topic from around the world.
Join these 4 free events for an opportunity to connect with The Justice Conference community and grapple with these live justice issues together.
*Registration for these events will open on the 9th September 2021.