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      February 15, 2020

      Saturday   9:30 AM

      Trinity Road
      Bristol, Bristol, City of BS2 0NW

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      What is Land Justice?

      The historic root of inequality in Britain is the uneven distribution of land, the rights given to those who own it, and the rights taken from those who don’t. Come and join the Land Justice Network for a weekend of learning about and exploring how land justice relates to: food; housing; energy; ecosystems, transport, climate resilience and our common good, creating a common base of knowledge from which to build a movement and inform action. We plan on building a movement for land justice through: educational workshops sharing and discussing ideas learning from other countries linking up with other campaigns to build power integrating land justice concepts into our work Saturday 15th will be a fundraiser with a night of revelry music and stories. This event is a collaboration of several organisations, hosted by the Land Justice Network. The land justice network is a non-hierarchical network of groups and individuals who work together to raise awareness of land as a common issue underpinning many struggles and injustices. We will be using this event to raise awareness and turn that awareness into action that will challenge and change the status quo. To get involved in creating this event come to our regular meetings. For details and enquiries email and see our web page

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