To access the Greenbelt festival  You will need to purchase a festival pass from Greenbelt  if you do not already have one.

You may watch with friends but the pass can only be used with one device at a time.

To buy a pass go to  https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/buy-tickets/

From Friday evening  this  page will  carry a link for you to watch a live version of some seminars on the live stream on Saturday with interpreters .
and instruction on how you can join an optional   Signed  Zoom Chat  after   seminars where time permits.

The limited team from Signs of God can only offer interpreting for pre-requested seminars in the virtual "Pagoda"  venue.

The list of these events is below 

Please let Gill Behenna  know which events you wish  to attend to she can allocate interpreters to the seminars.

 

The Pagoda
Ideas & conversations

10:30
Still the burning issue: climate change through the pandemic
With School Striker & Young Green Rebel Molly Elliott, young Quaker climate activist Anya Nanning Ramamurthy, Extinction Rebellion’s Skeena Rathor, Deputy Leader of the Green Party Ameila Womack, and Christian Aid’s Africa climate lead from Kenya Philip Akello.
Chaired by Alasdair Roxburgh of from Friends of the Earth

12:15
Pleasure, People and Planet
Cooking demo with climate-friendly eco-chef (and River Cottage protege of Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall) Tom Hunt (of Tom’s Feast)

13:45
Annexation: what future for Palestine?
An all-Palestinian conversation with leaders and activists living under permanent lockdown*
In collaboration with Amos Trust. With Chair Sami Awad (HolyLand Trust, Bethlehem), Ahed Tamimi (teenage activist, Nabi Saleh) and her father Basem Tamimi, Vivien Sansour (The Palestinian Seed Library) and Mahmoud Driaat (ecological educator and activist, Jericho)
*in the form of Israeli occupation

15:30
20:20 Vision: what might a post-pandemic world look like?
With writer, broadcaster and podcaster Jamie Bartlett, Co-Leader of the Green party Sian Berry, progressive Christian writer and speaker Brian McLaren, and global economist Uma Kambhampati. Chaired by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi

17:15
Black Lives Matter – it’s the bare minimum: has the pandemic been a turning point for the movement and the idea?
With poet Lemn Sissay, author and broadcaster Emma Dabiri, priest and writer Azariah France-Williams and Christian Aid CEO Amanda Khozi Mukwashi.

19:00
Creativity Conquers Covid: grassroots pandemic resistance
In collaboration with In Place of War. Chaired by Martin Atkins (Public Image Ltd & Killing Joke), with Brazilian musician Ana Karla and artist Thiago Jesus, and Tiuna El Fuerte mobile sound system from Venezuela

21:00
Compline Remixed: comfort and community in complex times
With Rev. Matthew David Morris

Anne Downes