FREE TRAINING TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE CAN THE FUTURE FOR BANGLADESH, THE UK AND THE WORLD BE BETTER?
at Northmoor Library, Chadderton Way, Oldham OL9 6DH.
Monday 3rd October, 12-2pm: THE PROBLEM WE FACE by Kooj Chuhan • Understanding Climate Change • How does it affect Bangladesh and the UK? • What we can do about it?
Monday 10th October, 12-2pm: LOCAL ACTION by Arran Rangi • Can we push our Council to do more to fight Climate Change? • What are they doing already? • What more should they do?
All welcome, lunch provided! If you know people who live in the area please pass on this training to fight climate change or tell them about it. Organised by Oldham Libraries in partnership with Crossing Footprints and Hope For The Future,with support from the Community Fund (National Lottery).
A lively documentary profile of the inspiring national apprenticeship and training programme in carnival arts has just been released: Future Leaders – a new film by Kooj Chuhan / Metaceptive Media. Anyone interested in arts, young people, communities, carnival, music, dance, visual arts, multi-cultural development and so on should find this interesting.
Full information about this fantastic arts programme which is run by Global Grooves is at www.futureleaders.org.uk . Video created by Kooj Chuhan / Metaceptive Media. [This video is also published on the Global Grooves YouTube channel where a lot more people have seen it – at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9B7uaoWYpcc ]
Includes an interview with Steve White – who was the drummer with the Style Council (Paul Weller) and other worthwhile bands. Continue reading →