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is thrilled to host Jennifer Uchendu in conversation with Sarah Jaquette Ray to mark the launch of The Eco-anxiety in Africa Project (TEAP). To coincide with the launch of The Eco-anxiety in Africa Project (TEAP) on February 2nd, join Nigeria-based project founder Jennifer Uchendu in an online conversation with US-based author of A Field Guide To Climate Anxiety Sarah Jaquette Ray to discuss the climate change-related mental health issues facing communities in Nigeria and across the continent of Africa. TEAP…
New year CDE catch-up! Join us for our first 2022 online gathering: a post-COP26 catch-up, a discussion of possibilities for Refugee Week, and conversations about what we’re up to and next steps for our regional Culture Declares Emergency Hub. Speakers TBC – watch this space! Many thanks to Polly Gifford and What Next? Brighton & Hove for collaborating on this and co-hosting the hub with us.
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