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Climate and Conflict: Bridging our divisions for the sake of the Earth

Mon 25 Oct at 7.30 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1RD

Join Dr Justine Huxley as she discusses how economic injustice and the climate emergency are deepening social divisions.

Organised by Science and Faith in Norfolk and coinciding with Norwich Science Festival, Dr Justine Huxley discusses how economic injustice and the climate emergency are deepening our social divisions.

Justine is the CEO of St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace.  St Ethelburga’s builds community resilience for times of ecological and social emergency.   Their work is rooted in four core principles: put values into action; seek opportunity in crisis; build community across differences; and protect what is sacred.

Projects focus on community conflict, integration of refugees, and deep adaptation to climate breakdown. St Ethelburga’s calls for radical leadership in times of crisis.  Justine leads on vision, strategy and programme innovation and also has a passion for advancing the next generation of leaders and peace-makers.

Her first book, Generation Y, Spirituality and Social Change is a collection of interviews with millennials living a radical new vision of faith and action.

Justine has a PhD in psychology. She previously worked as a communications consultant and prior to that, on the trading floor of a global investment bank.

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