People's Summit
For Climate
Justice

7-10 Nov

While world leaders meet to discuss our future at COP26, we'll be building power for system change together. Bringing together the climate justice movement to discuss, learn and strategise for system change. Join in online from anywhere in the world, or in-person in Glasgow.

You do not need to register for a ticket or a COVID registration wristband at the Sauchiehall Street hub for events at Deep End, GalGael and Landing Hub. You will still need to show a negative lateral flow test confirmation on entrance to get a wristband and venue capacity still apply.

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Youth Climate Organising in London

Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street, Glasgow

This workshop will feature members of a grassroots anti-pollution campaign in Brixton - Choked Up, exploring how young people in london used creative actions and political strategy to make a […]

Forest women and their fight against climate change.

Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street, Glasgow

Indigenous and forest women from the Global Alliance, representing indigenous and forest women from tropical forests from Amazonia, Brasil, Mesoamerica and Indonesia voice their communy based contributions in the fight […]

The Robin Hood Game 2

Deep End 21 Nithsdale Street, Glasgow

A fun, active, intergenerational, running-around game to explore our influence on climate policy and share understanding of the direct impact of government and leaders’ decisions. This session is also running […]

Wellbeing and Open Space for Peoples Summit Attendees

Woodlands Community Events Terrace is open for reflection, network and planning. A space to unwind, recharge and meet people from both local and international campaigns. Join in with wellbeing activities […]

How to have ‘Transformative Conversations’

Centre for Contempary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

We live in an ever more divided society, with growing narratives of division and blame.. Yet we won’t change this culture simply by shouting louder. We need to develop the […]

Corporate Courts = Climate Chaos

This session will explore Corporate Courts (also called ISDS), the legal mechanism in trade deals that blocks climate action and exacerbates global injustice. It will hear from an activist and […]

Film + Q&A: Immuto (Change): Reciprocity and questions of hope

Centre for Contempary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

Immuto (Change) helps stimulate processes of intellectual, emotional, and ethical decolonization required to change the course of the climate emergency and biocultural collapse. Shot in Vanuatu, Viet Nam, Morocco, the […]

Resisting Fortress Europe/UK

GalGael 15 Fairley Street, Govan, Glasgow

In this interactive workshop, we map major developments in European border controls and make links with the UK’s new draconian Nationality and Borders Bill and militarised response to Channel boat […]

The Robin Hood Game 1

Fred Paton 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow

A fun, active, intergenerational, running-around game to explore our influence on climate policy and share understanding of the direct impact of government and leaders’ decisions. This session is also running […]

Morning cuppa for People’s Summit attendees

Tea and coffee, and a chance to make new connections. Take a break from the busy COP26 schedule and have a cuppa at Woodlands Community Events Terrace. Whilst here pay […]

School is Dead? Long Live Learning!

Queen's Park Langside Rd, Glasgow

Join Us in an exploration of the future of learning from around the globe in an interactive exhibition space, to discuss, learn and strategise about how we make education better […]

Capitalism, agribusiness and pandemics

How agribusiness and its model of production/expansion and environmental devastation have been the cause of “crises” that can trigger possible viral cycles and other pandemics.

The Shorelines Project – Connecting Art & Activism

Adelaide Place 209 Bath Street, Glasgow

The Shorelines project at this years people's summit is an opportunity for people to express their thoughts on the importance of climate change through a live art mural session, supported […]

Giant Snakes and Ladders

Fred Paton 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow

Educating about the Climate crisis through a game

Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and Nature-Based Solutions

Centre for Contempary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

Corporations are pushing Nature-Based Solutions as a solution to the climate crisis, but Indigenous Peoples impacted by these corporate development programs have their own solutions outside of carbon markets. Holders […]

Collapse Total – taking on the big polluters

Renfield Centre 260 Bath Street, Glasgow

Fossil capitalism is organized on the global scale and has become effectively adapted to absorbing shocks in one country or region and recover by further drilling and destroying elsewhere. This […]

Black Black Oil – Film screening & Panel discussion

Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street, Glasgow

Our economic, historical and emotional entanglement with North Sea Oil gets ever more complex as we hurtle towards climate breakdown. Is the era of North Sea oil over?

Humanity is unequal, nature is a territory to defend

Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street, Glasgow

We are on the move to recognize the identities and differences of human nature in unequal global space! The carbonization of the planet was and is racist and the decarbonization […]

Children’s Climate Assembly

Fred Paton 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow

Children will be most impacted by our generations failure to deal with climate and biodiversity loss. We need to empower them to speak about their views to people who will […]

Climate in Crisis – Can Ecosocialism Shift the Dial?

The session will discuss the argument that tackling climate change effectively necessitates a break with capitalism as an economic model and urgent transition to an ecosocialist alternative based on democratically […]

Sustaining Ourselves as Activists

Garnethill Multicultural Centre 21 Rose Street, Garnethill Street, Glasgow

Saving the planet can feel really hard on us. This is an interactive workshop to learn the approaches used by Sustaining All Life to heal from the damage of oppression, […]

Designing Revolutionary Possibilities:

GalGael 15 Fairley Street, Govan, Glasgow

In this hands-on workshop the Autonomous Design Group will show their different processes and how they utilise a living history to create art for collective liberation. You’ll learn about their […]

Expanding Democratic Control: Employment, Energy and Environment

City of Glasgow College - Riverside Campus 21 Thistle St,, Glasgow

The seminar aim is to explore the potential of the so-called Energy Democracy as well as the strong link between the energy system change and the transformation toward a more […]

Reparations, Debt and Climate Justice

In part one, organised by Global Justice Now, international experts and campaigners will share their critiques of how the global debt system prevents climate action and why debt cancellation and […]

Reflections on Just Transition(s) in North Africa

This workshop aims to advance a deeper analysis of where we are now in terms of energetic transition in North Africa. Having a better understanding of the current situation, the […]

Direct action: Dealing with confrontation.

Garnethill Multicultural Centre 21 Rose Street, Garnethill Street, Glasgow

Direct action can bring us face-to-face with people who want to stop us - police, security guards or people affected by an action. This workshop is a chance to practice […]

A little taste of Capoeira!

Fred Paton 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian art which combines aspects of martial arts, dance and acrobatics with traditional African instruments and Brazilian folklore and culture into a unique art-form

OUR TIME IS NOW#1

Adelaide Place 209 Bath Street, Glasgow

Our Time is Now brings together speakers from across our global movements and showcases some of the leading activists and campaigners who are in Glasgow for COP26. Join the urgent […]

A Superhero Comic for the Climate Crisis

The basic job description of most superheroes is to ‘save the world’, but in the age of the climate crisis, who on Earth is going to ‘save the planet’? Meet […]

Food Sovereignty in Scotland

Civic House 26 Civic Street, Glasgow

Food Sovereignty is a global movement operating for many decades, and with nearly 15 years since the landmark Nyelini declaration, what does this mean in the context of Scotland? We […]

Uniting hearts to heal our world

Fred Paton 19 Carrington Street, Glasgow

Brahma Kumaris and partners invite you to a collective meditation event, where people from across faith and indigenous communities, and other traditions, together in solidarity will share moments of prayer, […]

Aviation: the fairy-tale of green flying and the reality of green colonialism

Centre for Contempary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

The aviation industry is still planning a massive future expansion, despite the climate crisis. Promises of technological solutions and offsetting programs seek to legitimise this growth. However, despite the questionable […]

Let Them Eat Cake: The Tale of Two Cities

Adelaide Place 209 Bath Street, Glasgow

‘Let them eat cake’ is a theatre of the oppressed piece curated by MORE members, a Glasgow based migrant-led grassroots organisation. It depicts the tale of two cities by exploring […]

Let Them Eat Cake

Adelaide Place 209 Bath Street, Glasgow

‘Let them eat cake’ is theatre of the oppressed piece curated by members of MORE, a Glasgow based migrant led grass roots organisation campaigning for the asylum seeking community access […]

Climate Fresk: IPCC Game

The Climate Fresk is an educational tool based on the conclusions of the IPCC report. In only 3 hours, 6 to 8 people work together as a team to unravel […]

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