Mobilising civil society for the climate crisis.

3-23 August 2020

 

About Activism in Crisis

Activism in Crisis is a festival aimed at building stronger links between environmental groups and social justice activists, drawing on the intersectional nature of the climate crisis. Through this festival, we hope to develop practices that will allow us to facilitate meaningful structural change in our socio-political climate.

Building back better

Our festival will be centred around six key themes, exploring how our society can address the climate crisis and its associated issues. Click on each icon to learn more about each theme.

 

FESTIVAL TIMELINE

Pre-festival

#LetsGameChange

ClimateChange

3 August Teach-in:

Climate Crisis 101

5 August Workshop:

Finding the line and crossing it: Witnessing the human-nature separation in our minds and hearts

10:30am

Reframe or be framed: Countering dominant narratives

2:30pm

Speaking up, speaking with, speaking to: How do we communicate equitably in an inequitable world?

10:30am

Apakah tanah air ini yang kita mendiami? // What Land Are We On?

 

2:30pm

Can we talk about the Big Oil in the room?

10:30am

More than tweaks: Discussing alternative visions for Singapore

 

2:30pm

Feeding charity or justice?
 

10:30am

Regen 101: The Revolution is Healthy, Resilient and Adaptable

 

2:30pm 

Solidarity beyond borders
 

10:30am 

Bolder strategies for extraordinary times

 

8 August #SGVisions

10 August #SGStories

15 August #SGUnited

22 August #StayHomeSG

23 August #DoGoodDoTogether

 

Community

Click here for our accessibility policy and here for our community guidelines. Please contact us if you have any additional accessibility needs.

A ticket to Activism in Crisis will give you access to our Slack channel, where participants can connect with module speakers and each other.

Our modules will be held as webinars over Zoom. Please indicate which modules you wish to attend in the registration form.

 

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