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Festival of Debate 2021 is Live

Festival of Debate 2021 is  Live

South Yorkshire’s Festival of Debate programme has returned with a ‘digital led’ festival from 4 May – 6 June. The Festival creates opportunities to bring people together to share new ideas and lived experience that can help shape our understanding of the world. it’s an open platform that encourages active citizenship and democratic engagement that anyone can contribute to.

The focus for 2021 is on 4 ‘strands’:-

Progressing Social Justice
Solving Poverty
Putting Citizens in the Lead
Acting on Climate Change

You can browse events by date or by strand

Watch the trailer and register for tickets here.

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