Session 2

Africa/Europe: Where we stand: A participatory exploration of the state of climate politics and climate and justice movements both regionally and globally

30 November 2021 - 11:00 - 14:00 UTC

Session Overview

Update: These collaborative sessions will focus on questions about how justice and equity concerns are reshaping climate politics and what this means for building movement power or shifting political realities regionally and globally.

We will work together to gather perspectives from the various groups and members of our community to build a picture of what seems important and a sense of the landscape as seen from our diverse viewpoints and contexts. You can expect in-depth discussions with peers from across the region, working on a variety of complementary issues in different ways.

As we pull together a bigger picture view with each group, our hope is that participants will emerge with a more sophisticated situation analysis, as well as new ideas for integrating justice, ready for planning partnerships and projects in the coming year.

Session Hosts

Elbert Or

Elbert Or is committed to creating spaces of clarity, to help people see and be their best selves, as they make their positive impact on the world. He is co-founder of Pushpin, which leverages graphic facilitation, comics, animation, infographics, and other visual tools to help nonprofits and corporate foundations communicate with clarity, in order to foster understanding and inspire positive action. He is also a certified WIAL-Action Learning Coach and Gallup Global Strengths Coach, and has worked with organizations like World Health Organization, UNDP, Greenpeace SEA, Forest Foundation, and World Wildlife Fund.

Natalia Truchi Vera

Natalia Truchi Vera works on strategic advice and campaigns planning across a wide range of international environmental and social issues at Associates for Change. As a Senior Strategy Consultant Natalia combines solutions, advocacy and communications plans into achievable steps and long-term impact results. She is a communication trainer and facilitator of creative processes. For many years she worked globally on strategies that enable engagement actions, movement building and impact evaluation. Over the last 8 years she’s been designing and facilitating meetings from Assemblies to Board, Grassroot forums , Coalitions and team meetings. She has worked with organizations like Via Campesina, International Land Coalition, Rights and Resources Initiative, MSF , World Health Organization, Greenpeace International. Natalia is passionate about Human Rights & Nature.