introduction to restorative justice
This six-week course is designed as an introductory overview of the Restorative Justice field and its potential for making a transformative contribution at multiple levels: global, national, regional, local and personal.
Thursdays 7pm-8.30pm 19th April – 30th May £72 six sessions
mayoral environment debate
A more natural capital. A landmark moment for nature & climate in London
The event is being organised by environment groups within the ‘More Natural Capital Coalition’ such as the Ramblers but also sustainable travel groups including: CPRE London, the Woodland Trust, London Wildlife Trust, RSPB, London Living Streets, London National Park City, and Wildlife and Countryside Link.
21 April 7-9pm
London – a more natural capital
immigration detention what is it? and how can faith groups challenge it?
An introduction to the issue of immigration detention in the UK and how faith groups can get involved in preventing hosted by faiths forum for London
With a range of speakers, chaired by Rabbi Natan Levy, including activists from religious groups, faith leaders and survivors of detention the event will illuminate
how immigration detention causes harm
what faith groups can do to challenge it
the potential for community-based alternatives to detention
Wed 21 April 6.30-7.30pm
from the ground up take action now
A four day online gathering will include 24 dedicated sessions focused on some of the key issues facing our movements today, to answer the question of How:
How do we build power in our communities and workplaces for climate justice? How can we mobilise millions of people into taking action to stop fossil fuels extraction?How can we organise to win?
Global Gathering Schedule April 2021
Sign up for your FREE ticket and to join movement debates, planning and skill shares. Each session will include interactive, participatory opportunities as well as dedicated workshops and presentations lead by activists.
April 22- 25 free BOOK HERE
radical spirituality: the early history of the quakers
When you think of the Quakers it might bring to mind porridge oats or pacifism or perhaps prison reform. But there is much much more to the Quakers than any of these things.
Through this course, we will be finding out about what lies at the heart of Quaker beginnings, who its main characters were, and how in a few weeks during the summer of 1652 the Quaker movement was formed in the north of England.
Learn about the beginnings of this radical religious group as it emerged in 17th century England, with this free online course.
26th April – 16th May on line in your own time free
sustainable design and the circular economy
by Sally Wright hosted by Penny Lectures Morley College
Sally is a Designer/ Maker with a broad background in fashion, textiles and sculpture. She has become increasingly interested in the growing awareness of sustainability and environmental impact on the products and objects we utilise every day. Her current area of research focuses very much on this area, having set up the LeatherLookLeg studio in 2019 to explore materials and design processes that minimise our impact on the planet.
Monday 26 April 6pm-7pm free
nurses not nukes CND
You couldn’t make it up: in a country where two million children don’t have enough to eat and nurses who’ve cared for people during the pandemic are forced to use foodbanks, the government is planning to spend tens of billions on getting even more nuclear weapons.
According to the Royal College of Nursing, around a third of nurses are considering leaving the NHS because they feel ‘under-valued’.
That’s why CND will be holding a ‘Nurses Not Nukes’ online public meeting …take a look at our Quake page for more articles
Public meeting 7 p.m. on Wednesday 28th April
green new deal
Want to join the movement for a Green New Deal? The first step is to join a Welcome Call. Whether you want to find out more, are keen to get stuck in, or want a refresher on our plans – anyone and everyone is welcome to join.
On a Green New Deal Welcome Call you will:
Meet other people passionate about winning a brighter future
Learn more about the Green New Deal
Find out about upcoming plans and how we can win
Get linked up to local organising and ways to get involved
28 April 7pm Register free here
principles for urban nature based solutions
The principles are primarily intended to be used by developers, owners, operators and occupiers of buildings within an urban context. The aim is to provide a concise overview of practical methods and best practice examples that empower influencers and decision-makers within these organisations to increase the use of urban Nature Based Solutions
Thursday 29 April 12 noon – 1pm free
mens group drop in
An exploration of your journey as a man on a spiritual path.
Monthly online Thursdays 13 May: 10 Jun:
Login 6.45pm, 7pm meeting start: 7.10pm online access closes – no late entries.
Meeting ends 9.30pm