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Extinction Rebellion letter to Graham Kellas

October 2019

Lana, a Sheffield Extinction Rebellion rebel arrested whilst protesting at the Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Summit, has written a letter to the organiser - who attended the same school, 30 years before her.Read the letter at Extinction Rebellion Sheffieldâ€...

ACORN statement in support of the Kurdish people

October 2019

The campaigning union ACORN has has issued a statement of support of the Kurdish people and the Rojava Revolution in Syria, currently under attack by the Turkish army after Donald Trump’s sudden withdrawal announcement. Turkey is the second largest force...

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Events Listings

21st May 2019

Sheffield Environment Weeks

Sat 27 Apr-Sun 9 Jun 2019

We can be proud of the hundreds of activities that make up Sheffield Environment Weeks, which has run for many years. They range from talks on a range of subjects, to projects like urban agriculture and wildlife conservation. To get involved see the timetable on the website. Officially it runs 27th April to 9th June but some events are on before this.

Sheffield Environment Weeks

How Can Women’s & LGBT+ Communities Build Inclusive Spaces?

Tue 21 May 2019, 6pm, Council Room, University of Sheffield, Firth Court, Western Bank S10 2TN

Join SheFest and the LGBT+ Hub to discuss inclusion between communities. Addressing issues including the exclusion of trans women from women’s spaces and underrepresentation of women in LGBT+ spaces, SheFest invites panellists to discuss ways we can improve inclusion of marginalised and underrepresented members of our communities.

A Festival of Debate event in association with The University of Sheffield and Reprieve. Free to attend, but booking is recommended, at the link below.

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Where Does Tinsley Get Its Food From?

Tue 21 May 2019, 6.30pm, Tinsley Tingas, Siemens Close, Tinsley S9 1UN

With a range of new food-related projects emerging in Tinsley, from hydroponics to community allotments, amid food security and food waste pressures, how can Tinsley respond to this challenge and what community actions could be possible? An open space discussion involving community groups, local people, academics and activists from the area.

Part of Festical of Debate. Free to attend, it may be best to book online at the link below.

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