This year’s UN global climate talks, COP25, were due to be held in Chile in December, but the Chilean government cancelled in the midst of mass street protests against the disastrous neoliberal economic and social policies, and deepening inequalities and injustices.
The climate talks have now been moved to Madrid but the people and the movements of Chile won’t be silenced. With Glasgow set to host COP26 next year it’s vital we show solidarity with the people of Chile and and support their demands for social, environmental, and economic justice.
Join Chilean and climate activists for a day of activities organised by Friends of the Earth Scotland to understand the Chilean situation, showing solidarity, organising for climate justice and understanding the common causes of these interlinked crises.
*Drop in event*
> Stalls, displays, talks & workshops:
– The situation in Chile and showing solidarity
– UN climate talks coming to Glasgow – what’s it all about?
– Organising for climate justice & international solutions
– How Scottish finance is driving destruction in Chile
– Neoliberalism: fuelling inequality and climate injustice
> Cabildo Ecologico discussion space
*Nae Pasaran film screening*
In the evening (6.30pm) we’ll be screening Nae Pasaran – the remarkable story of solidarity from Scottish factory workers standing up to the military coup in Chile in 1974.