The Remade Network, a repair & reuse organisation based in Glasgow, is organising a number of interesting events as part of their COP26 programme.
Of particular interest is the first event, a panel discussion called: Reimagining Repair: Building A Grassroots Economy From The Ground Up
It’s happening on zoom on 2021-11-01T18:00:00Z.
The event will be moderated by @Lauren_Crilly, who says:
We are privileged to have such an amazing group of panelists taking part including some community partners, academics and activists who are going to be discussing how a grassroots approach to repair can be a circular economy model that is both radical and participatory. This event is perfect for people who want to understand the world of repair, learn more about Remade Network or even set up your own repair project as well as those within the repair community.
It’s really exciting to see this work to incorporate repair into the wider conversation around COP26. Learn more and get your ticket here:
And for those of you in or near Glasgow, it’s also worth knowing that the folks at Remade are also hosting a drop-in repair workshop where participants can get free textile repair advice on the 10th of November at 421 Victoria Road, Govanhill, Glasgow G42 8RW from 10.30AM-12.30PM! These are both free events and they want anyone and everyone to come along and learn more about their work. Find them on Facebook.