Ayisha Siddiqa

Climate justice advocate

DAY 2 | 3 JULY

FINDING YOUR PLACE (CHANGE MAKER)

Sustainable Activism


"Can tech make the climate movement more intersectional? "

"Changing Our Planet, Changing Our Minds"


  • Explore methods of working effectively with the personal and inner dimension of activism

  • Offer tools which support more skilful inter-personal work in our groups and networks

  • Create a vibrant and supportive temporary community of activists, as a space for deep reflection, analysis, and the sharing of experience of the personal and interpersonal dimensions of our work

What you can gain:

  • How to avoid burnout and to better empower ourselves to bring our best to our work

  • Support personal and organisational wellbeing and effectiveness, as well as enable us to exemplify the values we want to realise in the world

  • Create a space find nourishment and inspiration

Ayisha Siddiqa is a Pakistani Climate justice advocate. She is a co-founder of Polluters Out and the Executive Director of Student Affairs at Fossil Free University. On Sept 20th, 2019 she helped mobilise and lead over 300,000 students onto the streets of Manhattan demanding their governments take climate action. Her advocacy focuses on climate justice and racial justice for BIPOC.

Ayisha Siddiqa is a Pakistani Climate justice advocate. She is a co-founder of Polluters Out and the Executive Director of Student Affairs at Fossil Free University. On Sept 20th, 2019 she helped mobilise and lead over 300,000 students onto the streets of Manhattan demanding their governments take climate action. Her advocacy focuses on climate justice and racial justice for BIPOC.

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