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LLA TALKS | From a fast vanishing riverine landscape

November 9 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am UTC

‘From a fast vanishing riverine landscape’: tales of uncertainty, resilience and transformation through visual stories and narratives

Date: 09 November, 2021 

Time: 10.30-11.30am UK time
Where: In person at the LLA Hub in Blue Zone + online
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The session sketches the issues of lived experiences representing climate change, uncertainty and transformative actions in Sundarbans. The participants of these visual methods tell how climate change has adversely affected farmers and fishermen alike with unpredictable rainfall patterns and continue to make traditional cropping difficult. Through photos and narratives, the stories of history and sense of place will be told from the vantage point of women and youth that are at the forefront of climate change. The photos and narratives synthesise local experience and organise shared collective analysis of the relationships between problems and their causes. The process of reflection and reflexivity is directly linked to action for climate justice and is shaped by an understanding of history, culture and local context.

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Those who will not be able to participate physically in the session, use the link below to watch live on the YouTube channel

Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGgb2lCUZgs. 

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow, whether in person or online. 



November 9
10:30 am - 11:30 am
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