Thanks to everyone who attended the Climate Justice: Strengthening Capacity in the Community Work Sector event. The presentations are below.
- Download Niall Crowley’s presentation, Civil Society as a Force for Change here
- Download the presentations by Anastasia Crickley, Paul Rogers, Feminist Communities for Climate Justice and Pavvee Point here
Wednesday November 8th in the F2 Centre, Rialto
9.15am for registration to 4pm
CWI is delighted to announce an event that we are organising with the Feminist Communities for Climate Justice project and in collaboration with the All Ireland Endorsement Body for Community Work Education and Training (AIEB), the Department of Applied Social Studies, Maynooth University, ILDN, Pavee Point and the Community Development Programme Network.
The need for climate action informed by community work, feminism, and climate justice has increased. Sustainable, Inclusive, and Empowered Communities supports engagement with climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies, and SICAP 2024-2027 has a new focus on climate justice.
A CALL TO ACTION
Join us for Climate Justice: Strengthening Capacity in the Community Work Sector. The event will provide an opportunity for learning, networking, and action.
Open to community workers, community work organisations and those interested in promoting, engaging with and integrating climate justice in their work.
The event, Climate Justice: Strengthening Capacity in the Community Work Sector will see to provide an opportunity for learning, networking and action.
- Ciara Bradley, DPASS, Maynooth University, Chairperson
- Joe O’Brien, TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development
- Collette McEntee & Vanessa Conroy, Feminist Communities for Climate Justice
- Niall Crowley, Independent Equality and Human Rights Expert
- Anastasia Crickley, International Expert in Community Development/Work
- Caoimhe Kerins, City of Dublin ETB
- Stephanie McDermott & Laurie Whelehan, Exploring interdependence through eco-creativity
- ILDN (TBC)
- Pavee Point (TBC)
Registration is open to all community workers, community work organisations and all those interested in promoting, engaging with and integrating climate justice in their work.
This is an AIEB recognised Continuous Practice/Professional Development Initiative