Watch at home on Wednesday 3rd June, then join with others in the local community for the live post-film discussion! The event is free but booking is required as places are limited. A link will be sent to attendees on the day of the event. If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please […]
There will be a post-screening discussion via Zoom! Full details of how to access the film and the Zoom discussion with be sent to attendees the day before the screening.
A story of activism and struggle through singing.
The Paris Agreement is a milestone in history influencing the next decades. For the first time 195 nations committed to take action against climate change. The film gives insight behind closed doors of the negotiations and reveals the clash of forces, which shape our future: national self-interest against destruction of whole countries, rich versus poor, […]
Screening as part of OREF Sustainable Orkney Conference – free entry included with conference ticket available from Eventbrite. The film will be followed by a discussion about what we can do to create a fairer and more sustainable world.
The film will be followed by a discussion about what we can do to create a fairer and more sustainable world.
There will be a discussion after the screening.
Refreshments will be available at the bar.
There will be drinks and a post-screening discussion.
Refuweegee is a local charity with a global mission: to ensure that all refugees arriving in Glasgow are welcomed to the city in true Glaswegian style.
The Voices Network are a group of refugees and people seeking asylum in Scotland who have a desire to share their experiences with decision-makers, the media and the public.
The Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh (ACE) exists to support and encourage people to take more control of their lives. We believe in people co-operating as equals to create a shared world free from exploitation. We work together in the spirit of mutual aid.
The Scottish Communities Climate Action Network works to inspire and promote, connect and support community-led action in Scotland to address the climate emergency.
After the screening we will be joined by Emma Witham of MOO Food to discuss ways in which we can act locally.
XR Highlands and Islands supports the formation of local XR groups across the Highlands and Islands, working with groups across Scotland, and the rest of the planet, to take urgent action in the face of climate change, as part of the global climate justice movement.
Abriachan is a scattered rural community of about 130 people set high above the shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. Abriachan Forest Trust manages 540 hectares of forest to create local employment, improve the environment and encourage it’s enjoyment by the public.
Trees for Life are a conservation charity dedicated to rewilding the Scottish Highlands. So far they have established 44 tree planting sites and planted nearly two million trees. Trees for Life’s vision is of a revitalised wild forest, providing space for wildlife to flourish and communities to thrive.
Join us after the film for delicious food and inspiring conversation – the Marmions crew will be serving a delicious array of mezze style Turkish snacks after the film.