Scotland Media Team Online On-boarding Meeting
Date: Thursday 20 of February, 18:00-20:00
Location: Zoom Call The call will start at 6pm and in the first 30 minutes we will quickly introduce the basics of XR. If you already know the basics of XR and want to get involved in the media team, you can join us at 6.30pm.
XR Glasgow Action Wellbeing Training
Date: Thursday 20 of February, 19:00-21:00
Location: Graham Hill Building, Glasgow
Screening of the film 2040
Date: Sunday 23 of February, 18:15-20:30
Location: Showcase Paisley, Paisley
Date: Sunday 23 of February, 14:30-16:30
Location: The Space, Glasgow
The Climate Café is for those dealing with difficult feelings that arise from the climate crisis. It is an open platform for airing non-judgemental personal reflections and thoughts in a friendly space with like-minded people. Importantly, we will NOT engage in any action planning. The focus is on personal and shared wellbeing, emotions and feelings. We’re holding a safe space to actively listen and supporting each other.
The UofG Climate People’s Assembly
Date: Wednesday 26 of February, 17:30-19:30
Location: St Andrews Building: Room 227
Date: Wednesday 26 of February, 14:00-16:00
Location: Glasgow Sheriff Court, Glasgow
The Blue Wave 2
Date: Saturday 29 of February, 12:00
Location: Clyde Street, Glasgow, G1 4
Glasgow: March for climate justice, refugees & the Global South
Date: Saturday 21st March 11:00-14:00
Location: George Square, Glasgow
Glasgow City Centre (event link)
When? Every Tuesday from 19:00 SHARP to 21:00
Please arrive between 18:45 and 19:00 for a 19:00 start.
Meetings take place in Room 898 of the Graham Hills Building, University of Strathclyde.
– For wheelchair or mobility scooter availability, due to repairs the route is more complicated. Security can be contacted via a phone in the lobby on 3333 if a rebel is not there to guide.
– If you are new to XR, and would like a ‘buddy’ to meet up with you before the meeting and let you know more about XR Glasgow, please get in touch.
– A Walking Bus meets at the column on George square and sets off to the meeting at 18:40, if you would like to go along to the meeting with people
If you are new to XR, we suggest to go along to one of the information/induction events first to find out more and ask questions (Scroll down to Upcoming Events)
What will the meeting be about?
(For the list of working groups scroll down)
Each week we either gather for the General Meeting or have space for three working groups to meet.
–28th Jan: ‘Media’, ‘Regenerative Cultures’, ‘Justice & Solidarity’
– 4th Feb: General Meeting – we will be discussing the XR Scotland Structure Proposal, Justice and Solidarity at COP26 and having some regenerative culture time together
– 11th Feb: ‘Research’, ‘Arts’ and ‘Disability, Accessibility & Inclusion’
– 18th Feb: ‘Outreach’, ‘Music’, ‘Finance & Fundraising’
– 25th Feb: ‘Media’, ‘Regen’, ‘Justice & Solidarity’
East Dunbartonshire (event link)
When? Every month at 19:30
Where? St James the Less, Bishopbriggs
The next climate café will be on Sunday 23rd February 2:30-4:00
Location: The Space 257 London Rd G40 1PE
The Climate Café is for those dealing with difficult feelings that arise from the climate crisis. It is an open platform for airing non-judgemental personal reflections and thoughts in a friendly space with like-minded people.
Importantly, we will NOT engage in any action planning. The focus is on personal and shared wellbeing, emotions and feelings. We’re holding a safe space to actively listen and supporting each other.
Some of these working groups meet within our weekly Tuesday meetings (see above) but many meet outside of this too. You can find out more about this by coming along to a Tuesday meeting and joining the inductions section or contacting XR Glasgow
Deals with everything to do with actions, bringing all aspects together – from logistics to arrestee support with regenerative cultures.
Arts creates artwork of all forms to spread our message and enliven our actions.
Disability, Accessibility & Inclusion
Disability, Accessibility & Inclusion considers how to make XR more inclusive for disabled Rebels and others with diverse needs.
Finance and Fundraising
Makes decisions on supporting our work financially, maintains our accounts and coordinates activities to raise money.
Justice and Solidarity
Justice & Solidarity works to make XR Glasgow more inclusive, thinks about intersecting oppressions and the root causes of climate injustice, and plans actions in solidarity with other groups.
Media & Communications
Frames and communicates XR Glasgow’s message through the press, social media and other communication tools.
Makes music for XR Glasgow actions and events.
Inclusion & Inductions
Organises and facilitates the inductions for new people, as well as thinking about the experience of new people joining XR Glasgow and how to improve this/ support people.
Outreach engages and integrates people into XR Glasgow through publicity, community-building.
Regenerative Cultures ensures that we are a nurturing and resilient movement through practical and interpersonal support.
Research investigates the severity of the climate crisis and aims to add scientific rigour to XR’s messaging and actions.
You are also invited to sign up with the Action Network, which will mean that you receive newsletters and other information by email. (LINK) Look for Scotland, Glasgow from the drop-down menu. You don’t need to sign up to any role unless you want to.
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