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Sat 8 Feb - #LeaveNoOneBehind - Global Aware Bristol 2020


When: Saturday 8th February 2020, 09:30 – 15:00
Where:
St Michael’s Centre, The Green, Stoke Gifford, BS34 8PD
Price: £7.50 – £50
Booking: Click Here

 

About this Event

 
To Leave No One Behind requires a proactive stance of solidarity with the most marginalised and poorest communities, locally and globally.
As we commit to a fairer society for all, the Global Aware Conference 2020 #LeaveNoOneBehind brings together faith and community groups to learn, act, pray and reflect upon what it means to be agents of transformation and unity.

Martin Luther King Jr. said that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”

that’s why at this years #LeaveNoOneBehind conference we will join together with leaders, theologians, policy makers and activists from across Bristol and the country to explore how we can break down barriers, foster integrated, healthy and diverse communities; and ensure that we all journey into a future of flourishing together.
This day aims to inspire and encourage action for a sustainable and hopeful world, to overcome the common narrative of division and fear.
There is a need for fundamental changes to the way societies and lifestyles are shaped if we are to provide for a just and sustainable future. Inspired by God's Kingdom values and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the focus of this day will be on positive empowerment to bring change with many practical opportunities for what we can do together.
Themes for workshops and presentations will include:
  • Responding to climate change
  • Tackling homelessness
  • Building inclusive communities
  • ending modern slavery
  • SDGs - God's Global Goals?
  • Political action locally and nationally
  • Inspiring stories of transformation from around the world
Key issues will be explored through a series of TED-style talks and films, as well as workshops and stalls. Confirmed speakers are The Rt Revd Vivienne Faull, Bishop of Bristol; Pastor Pete, Founding Director of Green Pastures; Sam Rush, Disaster relief consultant, modern slavery activist and TEDx Bristol 2019 speaker.
All are welcome. Ticket price includes morning refreshments.
 

Sponsored by:

triodos
Banking for people and the planet. Triodos is the world's leading sustainable bank, making money work for positive social, environmental and cultural change. Visit www.triodos.co.uk to find out more
Founded in 1980, Triodos Bank has become a frontrunner in sustainable banking globally. As an independent bank that promotes responsible and transparent banking, it does not see any conflict between a focus on people and the planet and a good financial return. Instead it believes that they reinforce each other in the long-term.

Triodos Bank has banking activities in the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK, Spain, Germany and France as well as Investment Management activities based in the Netherlands but active globally. Triodos Bank co-founded the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV), a network of 54 sustainable banks. Together these banks want to grow sustainable banking and its impact on the real economy substantially.

Triodos Bank believes that inequality of opportunity is increasingly dividing society. The bank wants to focus on exploring the role finance can and should play to address this societal challenge, and is stepping up efforts to help put social inclusion into practice, both for its clients and stakeholders and for itself.
 
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