From Protest to Policy Change: A live podcast with Jonathan Bartley

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As we approach the critical COP26 conference, the challenges of climate change, species loss and inequalities urgently require us to be aware and attentive.  High profile protests alert the public and politicians to the issues.  However, there is more than enough evidence that the political world is not responding with the seriousness and resolve which the future of our planet deserves.

In this live podcast with Jonathan Bartley, we ask what needs to happen to progress from our protests to concrete, practical and effective policy change.

Wednesday October 13th

Doors open:       6.30

Podcast:               7.00

Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN

Admission free

Jonathan Bartley is a British politician and was Co-Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, a position he shared with Caroline Lucas and later with Siân Berry. He was the Green Party's national Work and Pensions spokesperson and the party's Parliamentary candidate for Streatham in the 2015 general election.

Jonathan is a councillor on Lambeth Council representing the St Leonard's ward, he has done so since his election in May 2018. He is the Leader of the Opposition on Lambeth Council.

Bartley is the founder and was (until 2016) co-director of Ekklesia, an independent think tank looking at the role of religion in public life and appears regularly on UK radio and television programmes. He is a member of the blues rock band The Mustangs and lives with his family in Streatham, South London.

Link to the Livestream

Book a seat at the Chapel (FREE)