This day is aimed at young Christian adults (aged 18-30) who are passionate about social justice issues such as climate change, poverty or racial justice and who live in the are of the (Catholic) Leeds Diocese - which, as well as Leeds itself. includes Wakefield, Huddersfield, Bradford, Harrogate & Skipton.
Michelle Scally-Clarke is a Leeds based performance poet who will be with us all day leading a workshop and a creative evaluation. Aisling Griffin works for Pax Christi nationally ( the Catholic Peace organisation present in about 50 countries worldwide) and will lead a workshop on protest art. Graham Brownlee from Leeds Citizens Organising will introduce you to some ways of developing your listening and persuasion skills. You will also hear from those who have been involved for years in issues like climate change and eradicating poverty and find out what motivates them to carry on. You will meet other like-minded young adults and connect to take action together.