Please do join us on Saturday, 24 April for an Anzac weekend peace event
An impressive line-up of speakers will explore the effects of this history and connections to the climate crisis from diverse lenses – from the impacts for tangata whenua and the peoples of Moana-nui-a-Kiwa/the Pacific, to the stories of refugees and migrants.
On Saturday, we have a line up of speakers that includes:
- Te Ao Pritchard (Pacific Panthers) and Nate Rew (Te Ara Whatu): Tangata Whenua and Indigenous perspectives on Climate Justice and War
- Pacific Climate Warriors workshop: Retelling Pasifika stories and claiming Pasifika agency
- Nadia Abu-Shanab (Palestinian, teacher and unionist) and Byron Clark (researcher): The uses of history and ethical remembering for a transformative future
- Disrupting the narrative: open borders, migrant stories of war, and challenging islamophobia – Secretary at VicMuslims Club and Campaigns Manager for the Wellington Community Justice Project’s Asylum Seeker Equality Project)Gayaal Iddamalgoda (Migrant and Refugee Rights Campaigner, Unionist) and Adriana Che Ismail (Secretary at VicMuslims Club and Campaigns Manager for the Wellington Community Justice Project’s Asylum Seeker Equality Project)