Open Court: Climate Emergency
Wage an Intervention
You have £1000 cash to spend on a project that will impact the effects of climate change, and one morning to decide how to spend it. The only caveat, you and all the other participants must agree on the choice.
This workshop engages directly in discussions surrounding global shared wage, delegation and financial responsibility in the context of climate change.
Three climate activists will each propose the best way to spend the money. If no decision is made by the end of the discussion, the money goes back to the bank. Throughout the workshop we hope to provoke dialogue surrounding the individual vs the collective in terms of instigating change; exploring the balance between compromise, opinion and responsibility.
This event is free but capacity is extremely limited and therefore tickets will be balloted. Please sign up to the ballot by noon Monday 16 March 2020. Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday 17 March 2020 and will be asked to confirm their attendance.
This event is organised by recent and current Royal Court Trainee Directors Milli Bhatia, Philip Morris and Izzy Rabey.
Part of Open Court: Climate Emergency.
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Jerwood Theatre Upstairs
10am – 12.30pm
Free but ticketed
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