In the Spirit of the Talanoa Dialogue

| London
“Talanoa fosters stability and inclusiveness in dialogue, by creating a safe space that embraces mutual respect for a platform for decision making for a greater good.” UNFCCC website.
Join the Brahma Kumaris in partnership with Faith for the Climate as a contribution to London Climate Action Week, with a special focus on Africa, on the road to COP27.
Inspirations from key speakers.
Maureen Goodman is the Programme Director for the Brahma Kumaris UK and the Brahma Kumaris (BK) representative at the United Nations, Vienna. At COP26, she contributed to workshops and dialogues on the ethical and spiritual dimensions of climate change.
Canon Giles Goddard has been Vicar of St John’s since September 2009. He is Chair of Faith for the Climate, which endeavours to support faith communities in their work on climate change, and is a member of the Church of England’s Environment Working Group.
John Ndiritu is a Professor of Water Engineering in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of the Witwatersrand.  He is a keen meditator and has been conducting research on the effect of consciousness on water and its applicability to sustainable farming. 
Take part in one of the group dialogues:
  1. Fair and Resilient Climate Transitions 
  2. Adaptation and Ambition
  3. Inspiring Effective Climate Action 
  4. Restoring our Sacred Relationship with the Land
To join us IN-HOUSE at Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, London NW10 2HH, please BOOK here.  Arrivals and refreshments from 4.30pm.
To participate ONLINE, please join:  
(Online participants can take part in one of the group dialogues on Zoom after 5.30pm. Below are the Zoom IDs. These will also be displayed online on the screen,
Fair and Resilient Climate Transitions -
Adaptation and Ambition -
Inspiring Effective Climate Action -
Restoring our Sacred Relationship with the Land -
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