Our next gathering is happening on Saturday 13th October in London. Doors open at 10.30 and we start at 11am, running through to 4pm. We have a fantastic mix of Community, Knowledge, Celebration and Justice, and would love you to be part of it. Book here so we’re know you’re coming along.
We’re delighted to Celebrate founder of award-winning The Craftivist Collective, Sarah Corbett. Sarah is an award-winning campaigner and has worked as a professional campaigner for a decade, most recently with Oxfam GB. She set up the global Craftivist Collective in 2009 providing products and services to do craftivism using her unique “Gentle Protest” methodology to activism. She teaches the broader principles of ‘Gentle Protest’, including approach and language, around the world, working with arts and academic institutions and the charity sector, as well as unexpected collaborations such as with organisations Tatty Devine & Secret Cinema. Her latest book is “How To Be A Craftivist: the art of gentle protest”. She won the Sheila McKechnie (SMK) award for Economic Justice campaigner of the Year 2016. The Craftivist Collective won an Innovation Award from Care2 Impact Award 2016. Sarah has exhibited her solo exhibition ‘Gentle Protest’ in Stockholm, Helsinki and London. We’ll be talking to Sarah about her life, work, unique approach to leadership, ‘gentle protest’, and effecting global change.
In the Community session we’ll be hearing from Genelle Aldred, who’ll be talking about Taking Up Space – what are the temptations to reduce our presence and impact, and how can we overcome them? As a journalist and TV presenter Genelle has worked for the BBC, ITN, MailOnline, ITV and as an online journalist, documentary producer and weather presenter. She now freelances for Channel 5 News as a newsreader, and also works as a public speaker, consultant and media trainer. Genelle is passionate about diversity, inclusion, empowering others and faith.
More details to come about the other sessions in the day. You can BOOK HERE to join us. We’ll be at St Clements Eastcheap, close to Bank Station, and Monument Station, just around the corner from House of Fraser. Arrive from 10.30 for an 11am start, and we’ll be ending at 4pm (at which point a spontaneous coffee / pub social outing usually occurs). Lunch is provided, fear not. Please let us know about any dietary or access needs.