Together We Are Powerful: Sharing Activists’ Journeys
Join Global Justice Now Scotland on 21st September and hear guest speakers, from experienced international activists to young local organisers, as they discuss their triumphs and trials!
About Together We Are Powerful: Sharing Activists’ Journeys
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There are infinite different paths to activism and different approaches, but all of us aim to work for a better world. Join our guest speakers, from experienced international activists to young local organisers, as they discuss their triumphs and trials, and share your own activist journey in an informal conversational setting.
This evening event is designed to complement our exhibition, Together We Are Powerful, and will be held in the same space, so come along early and look around!
Venue: Custom Lane Gallery, 1 Customs Wharf, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6AL
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