No One is Illegal – public talk in Shrewsbury
Global Justice Now’s Head of Activism James O’Nions examines the question:
Do we need system change to stop climate change?
Listen to the arguments and join in the debate on the issue of climate change, which remains colossally important for (in)equality and the future of our planet.
Speaker: James O’Nions, Global Justice Now
Where: Room 019, University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall, Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury, SY3 8HQ
When: 7.30pm, Tuesday 3rd July 2018
Change the system not the climate, Global Justice Now, March 2018
Come along to this fascinating free showing of The Spider’s Web film, which probes Britain’s transformation from a colonial power into a global financial power.
Take part in a Q&A session with the film’s co-producer John Christensen on this investigation into the world of Britain’s secrecy jurisdictions and the City of London.
John is chair of the Tax Justice Network. His investigations into the role of tax havens in the globalised economy started in 1978 and have included 14 years working on the tax haven of Jersey. He is a vocal critic of tax havens and is described as Jersey’s most prominent dissident.
Where: Room 026, University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY3 8HQ.
When: 7pm-9pm, Tuesday 6 March 2018.
Please do get in touch, if you are interested in finding out more about the activities of the Shropshire group of Global Justice Now: email@example.com . We welcome all new members and visitors to our relaxed group.
In 2018 the group will usually meet in the snug on the ground floor of The Alb in Shrewsbury from 7.30pm on the first Tuesday of the month. We will take a break in August and our meeting in December is traditionally a social meal at a local restaurant.
Public talk by the winner of the Derek Cooper Outstanding Achievement Award in this year’s BBC Food and Farming Awards.
What should I eat to be healthy and sustainable?
Chief Executive of the Sustainable Food Trust and former Director of the Soil Association, Patrick Holden, will speak on this theme in Shrewsbury on 18th October 2017 in a public meeting organised by Global Justice Shropshire.
What: public talk by Chief Executive of the Sustainable Food Trust
Where: University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY3 8HQ
(Still at University Centre Shrewsbury, the talk has moved from Room SGH019 to the larger Lecture Hall)
When: 7.30pm, Wednesday 18th October 2017
All welcome! Free entry.