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Sheffield Extinction Rebellion Monday Meeting

Union St Co-Working Space, 18-20 Union Street, Sheffield S1 2JP
The regular weekly XR meeting, every Monday (except Bank Holidays). All welcome, if you are XR or not. Free to attend, whether you’re just interested in the week’s topic, or want to find out more about what XR does. Hot drinks and social chats, you are welcome to bring your own food for the social part.
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Rivers Ramble and Rally

This will be a joyful celebration of the rivers which make Sheffield the fascinating city that it is and of their contribution to our health and wellbeing. Organised by South Yorkshire Climate Alliance to celebrate Big Green Week. Bring the family on one of three walks available:- Lower Don (Five Weirs Walk) – Meeting at Tinsley Tram Stop Canal Walk…
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Eco Picnic

St Mark's Church, Broomfield Road, Sheffield S10 2SE (next to Royal Hallamshire Hospital)
An event for this year’s Great Big Green Week, St Mark’s Church invite you to a family and community eco-picnic. Bring your own picnic for a couple of hours on the Green which they are tending as an urban haven for wildlife, as well as for people. It will include some activities for children, and a wild flower survey.  
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Sathnam Sanghera: Empireworld

Showroom Workstation, Creative Lounge , Paternoster Row, Sheffield S1 2BX
Join author and journalist Sathnam Sanghera for an evening of discussion with broadcaster Désirée Reynolds about just how deeply British imperialism is baked into our world, and why it’s time Britain was finally honest with itself about empire. Sathnam Sanghera’s new book Empireworld traces the legacies of the British empire around the world – from the creation of tea plantations…
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Global Justice Sheffield meeting

Central United Reformed Church (Room 3), 60 Norfok Street (corner of Chapel Walk), Sheffield S1 2JB
Monthly organising meeting of Global Justice Sheffield, to discuss upcoming events and campaigns. This organisation works alongside people protesting in the developing world, campaigning for justice for the world’s poor, people before profit, and a sustainable world. Global Justice aims to change the actions, policies and institutions of governments, corporations and wealthy minorities, which are preventing an end to war,…
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Public meeting: 'Israel's Genocide: Who can be held to account?'

Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 2JB
A public meeting, all welcome, on the topic of the terrible continuing genocide being committed by the Israeli state in Gaza. The UK has signed the Genocide Convention, which places obligations to act on signatories. So is the UK complicit with Israel, through arms exports, support, and university links to the arms industry? Speakers: Dan Furner, Human Rights lawyer Mira…
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