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Pacific Climate Warriors | Darebin Climate Emergency Conference



As an activist through her work as a Pacific Climate Warrior, Jacynta uses her voice to elevate stories from frontline communities impacted by climate change. We can learn from existing communities that are active in the climate movement. The lessons we can take from frontline communities (diaspora communities) not only add value but also send a powerful message of solidarity and unity, thus empowering culturally diverse communities. It is not an easy task to mobilise a community to support a cause without investing quality time in forming relationships in them; this builds trust which is valuable. In this presentation Jacynta will share some stories and reflect upon ways we can work in solidarity across organisations in our networks to demonstrate climate leadership.

Presenter: Jacynta Fuamatu, Melbourne Coordinator, 350 Pacific

Darebin Climate Emergency Conference (11-12 September 2018)

http://www.darebin.vic.gov.au/climatechange

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