People's Summit
For Climate

7-10 Nov

While world leaders meet to discuss our future at COP26, we'll be building power for system change together. Bringing together the climate justice movement to discuss, learn and strategise for system change. Join in online from anywhere in the world, or in-person in Glasgow.

You do not need to register for a ticket or a COVID registration wristband at the Sauchiehall Street hub for events at Deep End, GalGael and Landing Hub. You will still need to show a negative lateral flow test confirmation on entrance to get a wristband and venue capacity still apply.

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Human Rights and Ethics in the field of Adaptation and Resilience: Building Trust


The event will bring together, and widen access to, a diversity of voices, especially from the Global South to propose an ethical and spiritual perspective, and to inform and share real life perspectives on the human rights implications of climate change with communities seeking to devise and implement adaptation and resilience strategies. It aims to support and encourage faith-based organisations to engage openly with grassroots partners, indigenous communities, youth and women based on respect for human rights, equality and dignity.

Contributors: Lindsey Fielder Cook (USA/Germany, Quakers United Nations Office); Sister Jayanti (UK, Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University); Athena Peralta (Philippines/Switzerland, World Council of Churches); Yeb Saño (Philippines, Climate Pilgrimage and GreenPeace Southeast Asia) by video message; Natan Schumann (Brazil, Lutheran World Federation); Iemaima Jennifer Vaai (Samoa/Fiji, Pacific Conference of Churches)



November 9, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm UTC+0
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Albany Centre
44 Ashley Street
Glasgow, G3 6DS United Kingdom


In Person or Digital

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