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From Climate Racism to Climate Justice: Decolonising Divestment Panel

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Cambridge Zero Carbon, the CUSU BME Campaign and BanglaSoc are delighted to announce a panel event on decolonising the divestment movement! Come along on the evening of the 26th of February to hear speakers unveil the links between climate change, white supremacy, colonialism and global power structures, before we relate this back to our praxis at Cambridge and in activism. Any and all are very welcome to attend!

Speakers include:

Suzanne Dhaliwal is director and co-founder of the UK Tar Sands Network, and is a long-time campaigner for indigenous solidarity and a decolonised climate movement in the UK.

Dalia Gebrial is a PhD candidate at LSE and an editor at Novara Media. She has previously worked at People & Planet, on both their Fossil Free and Undoing Borders campaigns.

Trishant Simlai, PhD candidate in Geography at Selwyn College, Cambridge, who will be speaking on his experiences of the militarisation of conservation in India.

Nilufa Ahmed, President of BanglaSoc at Cambridge, who will be speaking on the lived experience of climate colonialism in Bangladesh.

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