#BrightGreenLive streams live every month – bringing interviews and discussion with key figures from Green Parties, the labour movement, social movements and the arts. Episode 5 features:
Linda Walker, co-convener of the Green Party of England and Wales peace, security and defence working group.
We’ll be discussing the Green Party’s new defence policy, including the party’s revised position on NATO
J Clarke, co-director of climate campaigns at People & Planet
We’ll be discussing the Fossil Free Careers campaign and why students are organising to stop fossil fuel companies recruiting on university campuses
Michael Kyriacou, chair of UEA UCU branch
We’ll be discussing the financial crisis at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and its impacts on workers
Chris Garrard, co-director of Culture Unstained
We’ll be discussing why Culture Unstained campaigns to end fossil fuel sponsorship of cultural institutions
Etienne Stott, Olympic gold medallist and Extinction Rebellion activist
We’ll be discussing why Extinction Rebellion have planned a mass mobilisation in London in April
Tyrone Scott, chair of Greens of Colour
We’ll be discussing Tyrone’s plans for Greens of Colour and how the Green Party can improve its representation of people of colour
Benali Hamdache, Green Party of England and Wales migration spokesperson
We’ll be discussing the Green Party’s new migration policy, including why family reunification is important and why the Greens want to give voting rights to migrants
Lindsey German, convenor of Stop the War Coalition
We’ll be reflecting on the Green Party’s new defence policy and Stop the War’s criticisms of NATO
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