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Making Connections: Young People and Communities on the Frontlines of Climate Justice
In a world that urgently needs to put an end to fossil fuels, Indonesia and India are ramping up the production of coal despite fierce opposition from many of their citizens, including many young climate activists as well as communities directly on the frontlines of resistance to coal mining.

Join us in conversation with Mai from JATAM and representatives from Jaga Rimba, a youth environmental organisation from Indonesia and Bhanu from Dhaatri, a resource centre for women and young people, in India who will share their experiences and tell us about their solidarity work with communities. We will also show a couple of short films. Adam McGibbon from Market Forces, who have campaigned alongside Stop Adani against the proposed Carmichael coal mine in Australia, will be there to explain why London and its financial institutions are of central importance in the ongoing production of fossil fuels.

There will be opportunities throughout the event to ask questions using the chat facility. We will also invite you to make drawings or short films in which you share your thoughts, reflections and messages of support with us. There will be some time set aside for this and you will be able to send these drawings to us. We will show as many as we can during the event and upload more to a dedicated page on the LMN website after the event.

So make sure you bring paper and pens, pencils and crayons to the zoom event.

During the course of the event, we will be sharing ways in which you can find out more.

This event is suitable for schools, universities and any young people who wish to sign up and attend independently.

Oct 20, 2021 03:30 PM in London

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