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With Skeena Rathor & Dr Justine Huxley Hosted by Professor Chris Baker of The William Temple Foundation.
- What are the challenges of the time we are in?
- What change do you want to see?
- What is our responsibility and the role of faiths and civil society in these changes?

In this webinar we will hear about the regenerative perspectives and practice of two exceptional women leaders at the cutting edge of the challenges we face.

Dr Justine Huxley is CEO of St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace.
St Ethelburga's builds community resilience for times of ecological and social emergency.   Their work is rooted in four core principles:  Put values into action; Seek opportunity in Crisis; Build community across differences; and Protect what is sacred.

Skeena Rathor is co-founder of the Extinction Rebellion DNA and the XR 'Vision Sensing' group, the spiritual and visioning centre of Extinction Rebellion. Presently she is leading The XR and Movement of Movements Co-Liberation Project and Campaign. She is also an elected Councillor on Stroud District Council, Co-Founder of Compassionate Stroud as well as a national spokesperson for XR who has appeared widely on TV and radio.

Professor Chris Baker is the William Temple Professor of Religion and Public Life at Goldsmiths, University of London and Director of Research at the William Temple Foundation. The William Temple Foundation is an research thinktank dedicated to the thinking and vision of Archbishop William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1942 - 44, who coined the phrase 'welfare state'. His ideas continue to inspire the search for just and flourishing alternatives across religious and secualr divides for future sustainability.

Our webinar presenter and facilitator will be Flo Scialom of the Network of Wellbeing
The Heart Shift Webinars were originally conceived by Joshua Malkin as part of the Kindness
Revolution – the Leeds Festival of Kindness, Compassion & Wellbeing.

Oct 9, 2020 02:00 PM in London

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