Riders on the Storm Book Launch

We’re proud to be partnering with Birlinn Books and The Climate Fringe to celebrate the publication of Riders On The Storm, the new book by Alastair McIntosh. Alastair will be in conversation with Professor Alison Phipps, holder of the UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration at Glasgow University, live on Zoom. 👉 Register here: bit.ly/RidersBirlinn 👈 About Riders On The […]

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Pandemic Response & Community Planning: Learning from the Misak

Wednesday 24th June | 7pm-8.30pm | FREE Zoom Webinar A webinar with Misak leaders Jeremias Tunubalá Ullune and Liliana Pechene Muelas. The conversation of the recorded webinar is in English/Spanish translation. We have chosen to preserve this as it provides a rare chance to hear directly from the lived experiences of an indigenous people’s response […]

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The Dream Job: 21 Steps to Enhance BAME Opportunities in Scotland

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Monthly Events on Global Indigenous and Community Resistance and Self-Determination

COVID-19 and the Amazon: community threats and resistance to pandemic and corporate plunder   Wednesday 13th May 7pm – 8:30pm     This webinar provides an informed overview and discussion on the risk being posed to indigenous, fishing, agro-extractive and African-descendent ‘Quilombo’ communities by COVID-19 and their proximity to still functioning hydro and mineral and […]

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