WORLD CITIZEN SOCIETY GLOBAL EVENT 2021

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Climate Change Is Happening Right Here. And Right Now.

Politicians and environmentalists have expressed a wide spectrum of viewpoints and proposed various solutions to the problem, as merits a topic that encompasses so many characteristics of modern society. Mental illness is also a topic that touches many people around the world. However, mental health challenges and climate emergencies are rarely spoken about in the same breath.

Mental health problems are commonly encountered in the context of climate emergencies. Humans aren’t coping as well as they could be with the pressures and daily stresses of everyday climate change. To be able to do more and do better, it’s important to understand the intersection between mental health and climate change. In the context of increasing uncertainties and other conflicts playing out all around the world, it is more difficult than ever for communities to collaborate across borders.

We need to put aside their political differences and unite. If we cannot encourage more cooperation in protecting the environment and addressing mental health issues, our planet and society will face even greater hardships.

The World Citizen Society 2021 Global Event will connect artists and their audiences around the world to raise global awareness about mental health and climate change.

The online event will bring the international community of experts, academics, and leading speakers from various areas of study together and give them the opportunity to enlighten and enrich each other with their expertise and share their experience and insights with the world - through discussion panels.

Artists used their creative talents to give a voice to the global challenge humanity is facing.

The Impact of Climate Change
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World Citizen Society Global Event 2021
01:41:14
Interview | Edina Seleskovic
31:11

CHANGING THE WORLD THROUGH CULTURE AND EDUCATION: ARTISTS & SPEAKERS

GLOBAL AMBASSADORS

Fionah Njeri (Kenya)
Fionah Njeri (Kenya)

Student at Africa Nazarene University Miss Environment Africa Nazarene University 2021/2022

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Lili Del Sol (Colombia/Spain)
Lili Del Sol (Colombia/Spain)

Singer

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Victor Henu (Kenya)
Victor Henu (Kenya)

Climate Activist, Environmental Scientist, and Environmental Educator

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Lucia Merico (Argentina/Uruguay)
Lucia Merico (Argentina/Uruguay)

Singer

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Clive Donley (Kenya)
Clive Donley (Kenya)

Climate Activist and a human rights specialist

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Gessienne Grey (France/UK)
Gessienne Grey (France/UK)

Student at University of Oxford and Intern at International Telecommunication Union

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Chantal Esperance (Kenya)
Chantal Esperance (Kenya)

OHS Officer at Adrian

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Cameron Underwood (UK)
Cameron Underwood (UK)

Photovoltaics Researcher and Climate Change YouTube Content Creator

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Adele Bard (Canada)
Adele Bard (Canada)

Student at McGill University, Political Sciences, International Development

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Jackson Richard Buzingo (United Republic of Tanzania)
Jackson Richard Buzingo (United Republic of Tanzania)

Youth & Regenerative Agriculture Advocate

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Troi Parker-Roth (UK)
Troi Parker-Roth (UK)

Independent Artist

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Lamech Opiyo (Kenya)
Lamech Opiyo (Kenya)

Environmental Conservation champion

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Becky Crowther (UK)
Becky Crowther (UK)

Graduate from Bath Spa University, Creative Music Technology

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Elaine Li (New Zealand)
Elaine Li (New Zealand)

Ambassador for United Nations

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Julian Harrison (UK)
Julian Harrison (UK)

Author specialising in equality, diversity, human rights and community cohesion, and Mental Health Activist

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Tilda Hadley (UK)
Tilda Hadley (UK)

Student at Bristol University

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