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Join this Zoom event, organised by Christian Aid Scotland, exploring how creativity can inspire us to change the world.

We’ll be talking with people who advocate for climate justice through creative practice. The panel of guests includes:

  • ID Campbell, UNESCO artist
  • David Coleman, Chaplain for Eco-Congregations Scotland
  • Dr Anna Fisk, climate activist, theologian and knitter
  • Rev Kathy Galloway, poet and hymn writer
  • Linda Murgatroyd, Quaker Arts Network and Loving Earth Project co-ordinator
  • Seonaid Knox, Prophetic Activist for Christian Aid, will guide our creative and curious conversations.

Details and bookings  here

This event is being held as part of Climate Fringe Week.

For more information about this pre-COP26 festival, check out the Climate Fringe website.


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