Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate

Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climate

Our environment is in crisis, inequality is growing, and yet our economic system seems fixated on endless growth, while politics is paralysed and coarsened by division.

Start Date:
Saturday 7th March 2020
Start Time:
Riverside Centre, Riverside Court, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8HY
Ed Miliband, MP, Katherine Trebeck, Christine Allen, Anthony Reddie,Ross GreerMSP , Revd Lucy Berry

How do we need to change our political and economic assumptions in order to meet these challenges? How can we can model new ways of living ourselves, and as churches? How does our hope in God’s future empower us to live a hopeful, abundant life on a finite planet?

JPIT’s 2020 national conference Renewal and Rebellion: faith, economy and climate invites you to join in looking at the big challenges we all face – rethinking economic structures and taking radical steps towards climate justice, and how we can all act – in faith, for people and for planet.

Speakers include:
Ed Miliband, MP and co-host of ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’ podcast
Katherine Trebeck, Wellbeing Economist
Christine Allen, Director of CAFOD
Anthony Reddie, Director of Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture
Ross Greer, Green MSP
Revd Lucy Berry, Poet-in-Residence

The venue is the Riverside Centre, Riverside Court, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8HY. It is a short walk from Derby railway station.
Please bring lunch with you to the conference. We want to encourage you to be as environmentally conscious as you can, so please bring as little waste as possible.
Free refreshments will be provided during the day, but please bring a reusable mug.

A welcoming and inclusive conference
We want to make this conference as welcoming and inclusive as possible. That’s why we’re taking steps to open our doors to anyone and everyone, particularly those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend.

There will be a number of free tickets available for those who are unwaged, or are receiving income support such as Universal Credit. These are available on the ticket booking system, under ‘General Admission: Unwaged’. If you or someone you know would benefit from this, please do not hesitate to take this up.
In order to make this possible, we are offering you the chance to buy someone else a ticket. This is available through the ticket booking system under ‘Buy someone else a ticket’. These donations will enable free tickets to be offered to those who need them, which we will allocate on your behalf. If you are able to do so, we would encourage you to consider helping to make this conference as welcoming as possible.

We recognise that a number of our supporters will have a range of access needs, both visible and harder to see. We want to make this conference as accessible to you as possible, so when you buy your tickets please let us know if you have any additional access needs. These could be physical, or the need for a bit of space during the conference to help you keep calm and enjoy the day.
You can find out more about accessibility at the conference on the website

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