Who owes who? Corporate polluters and the climate crisis
Black-E Theatre
5:30PM – 7PM

The climate crisis was caused by the countries and corporations of the global north, and is rooted in the historical and ongoing exploitation of colonialism, empire and neoliberalism. The North owes the South in reparation. But somehow, it is the fossil fuel corporations who are getting payouts, via secret tribunals written into trade deals - which themselves have their origins in colonialism. Join us to discuss who actually owes whom, and how we can change this broken system.


Zita is an award winning, trade union, community & human rights campaigner and activist, sell-out author, visual artist, curator, poet, writer and vocalist. She is also the chair of BARAC UK.

Jean works for Global Justice Now as our campaign and policy manager. She’s been involved in trade and food campaigning for over 15 years.

Yusuf Baluch is a climate justice activist and organiser with Fridays for Future Balochistan.

Sadie DeCoste is a climate justice organiser with Tipping Point and GND Rising, and is co-founder of the Loss and Damage Youth Coalition


We are a democratic social justice organisation working as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world. We mobilise people in the UK for change, and act in solidarity with those fighting injustice, particularly in the global south.

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