Join our panel members for a discussion on the theme of Solidarity, asking “Can we really make a difference?” with festive refreshments.
Saturday, November 26th, 1pm, Council Chamber (second floor and will be signposted)
Choosing what to buy and how to spend our money in a way that makes a positive impact on our local and global community, can often feel challenging. From feeling overwhelmed by the enormity of the multiple issues we see today, to being concerned about our own personal finances – deciding how to act in both our own, and the wider world’s best interests – isn’t as straightforward as we would like it to be.
As part of the Ethical Festive Market, Hub Cymru Africa are hosting a 1 hour lunchtime discussion on the theme of Solidarity, asking “Can we really make a difference?”. Four panellists will “pitch” their top consumer tips on who to Support, where to Buy, and what to Boycott, before answering audience questions. Giving you simple actions we can take to tackle inequality, injustices, and climate change.
“We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly.” Anne Marie Bonneau.