Thanks to all that attended the CWI Climate Justice seminar in Ballinasloe. The presentations are available to download below.
Ireland has declared a climate and biodiversity emergency.
Sustainable, Inclusive and Empowered Communities, the new strategy to support the community and voluntary sectors in Ireland, includes an objective to support community development and local development to engage with Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies.
There is an increasing awareness of the importance of knowledge and action at community level.
Join us to explore community work and human rights approaches to Climate Action.
Community Work Ireland is delighted to be working with the Galway Environmental Network to organise a seminar on Climate Justice in the Shearwater Hotel in Ballinasloe on February 20th 2020.
This event is primarily aimed at community work organisations, community workers and others interested in working with communities on issues of climate change and climate justice
- Professor John Sweeney, International Expert on Climate Change
- Anastasia Crickley, International Expert in Community Work & Human Rights
- Iva Pocock, ECOLISE
- Deirdre Kelly, Dept of Rural and Community Development
- Anthony O’Grady, Dept of Communications, Climate Action & Environment
- Ann Irwin, Community Work Ireland
- Chairperson – Niall Ó Brolcháin, Galway Environmental Network
The seminar is free of charge but places are limited and early registration is advised.
The new CWI Working Group on Climate Justice is open to members to join – Join Here