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Ecological Connectivity Conservation

Tuesday 1st June
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Farm Woodland Forum 2021 annual meeting: Agroforestry in Brexit landscapes

Tuesday 8th June
Online
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Open Local Government: Greater Belfast Workshop

Tuesday 22nd June
Online
Free

We need to talk about digital…Digital Connectivity & Rural NI

Wednesday 23rd June
Online
Free

Open Local Government: Greater Derry/Londonderry Workshop

Thursday 24th June
Online
Free

TEDxQueensUniversityBelfast – Engineering our Sustainable Future

Thursday 24th June
Online
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Demystifying SDGs: what should the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) mean to the business community in NI?

Wednesday 30th June
Online
Free

   
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Sustainable cities with Amahra Spence

Thursday 12 November 2020 - 12/11/20

Online

Join Amahra Spence, co–founder and creative director of MAIA, for a discussion on what the future of our cities may look like – and who gets to dictate these potential futures.

About the speakers

MAIA is an organisation focused on levelling the playing field for artists. MAIA connects artists to resources, which help them harness their talents to develop their environment. As the lines blur between social, citizen and artistic realms, it’s impossible to talk about the sustainability of artists or the creative capacity of communities without acknowledging matters of race, gender, class, geography, privilege and power. MAIA is unapologetically creating the conditions for artists, creatives and communities who have long been marginalised to thrive, thinking beyond the present paradigms within the arts and creative industries, which fundamentally still operate on old structures of power, elitism and privilege.

How to take part

Book your free ticket and we’ll send you details about how to access this event closer to the time.

Access details

This online event will be live captioned. Please let us know if you have any other access requirements: info@seasonforchange.org.uk

PART OF SEASON FOR EX–CHANGE

A three week programme of sector–facing events and workshops, 26 October–14 November 2020. Find out more