Program

       Taking place online between January 2024 and January 2025, the Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage public online program will feature four key moments — three workshops and an online symposium — with the aim of diversify audiences and adding nuance and depth to public and policy-oriented discussions on Loss and Damage.

Throughout the four events, participants will gain insights into the contentious history of Loss and Damage negotiations, the ethical and political questions surrounding the issue, and where Loss and Damage fits into the struggle for climate justice.

Workshop #1

 
23 February 2024  |  13:00 - 14:15 GMT

       The first workshop of the Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage Public Program will provide an introduction to the issue of loss and damage caused by the climate crisis. Through a dialogue between Loss and Damage expert and advocate Harjeet Singh and interdisciplinary scholar and author Dr. Farhana Sultana, the workshop seeks to explore what loss and damage is, provide a brief history of Loss and Damage under the United Nations Climate Negotiations, and consider what Loss and Damage means by unpacking the relationship between Loss and Damage, climate coloniality, calls for reparations and climate justice, as well as anti-colonial, civil rights, and other forms of activism. The workshops' speakers will also consider how can we integrate more decolonial, anticolonial, feminist, antiracist, and anticapitalist critiques, and struggles —including those explored by artists— into mainstream climate discourses and practices to redress ongoing oppressions and marginalizations (F.Sultana, Decolonizing Climate Coloniality). 

Find the reading list here.

Find the slide show here.
Dr. Farhana Sultana is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar in water governance, climate justice, political ecology, and international development. She is Professor of Geography at Syracuse University, USAFind out more about Dr. Sultana’s work here.
Harjeet Singh is a global expert on the issues of climate impacts, Loss and Damage migration, and adaptation. He is Global Engagement Director, at the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative.
Video credit: Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage, Decolonising Climate Coloniality in an Era of Loss and Damage : A primer For Artist, 23, February, 2024.

Workshop #2

 
       The second themed Ways of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in May 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Workshop #3

 
       The third Ways of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in October 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Symposium

 
       The  Ways of Repair: Loss and Damage symposium will be held in January 2025. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Public Program

       Taking place online between January 2024 and January 2025, the Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage public online program will feature four key moments — three workshops and an online symposium — with the aim of diversify audiences and adding nuance and depth to public and policy-oriented discussions on Loss and Damage.

Throughout the four events, participants will gain insights into the contentious history of Loss and Damage negotiations, the ethical and political questions surrounding the issue, and where Loss and Damage fits into the struggle for climate justice.   

Workshop #1


23 February 2024  |  13:00 - 14:15 GMT

       The first workshop of the Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage Public Program will provide an introduction to the issue of loss and damage caused by the climate crisis. Through a dialogue between Loss and Damage expert and advocate Harjeet Singh and interdisciplinary scholar and author Dr. Farhana Sultana, the workshop seeks to explore what loss and damage is, provide a brief history of Loss and Damage under the United Nations Climate Negotiations, and consider what Loss and Damage means by unpacking the relationship between Loss and Damage, climate coloniality, calls for reparations and climate justice, as well as anti-colonial, civil rights, and other forms of activism. The workshops' speakers will also consider how can we integrate more decolonial, anticolonial, feminist, antiracist, and anticapitalist critiques, and struggles —including those explored by artists— into mainstream climate discourses and practices to redress ongoing oppressions and marginalizations (F.Sultana, Decolonizing Climate Coloniality). 

Find the reading list here.

Find the slide show here.


Video credit: Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage, Decolonising Climate Coloniality in an Era of Loss and Damage : A primer For Artist, 23, February, 2024.
       The second themed Ways of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in May 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Workshop #3

       The  Ways of Repair: Loss and Damage symposium will be held in January 2025. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Dr. Farhana Sultana is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar in water governance, climate justice, political ecology, and international development. She is Professor of Geography at Syracuse University, USAFind out more about Dr. Sultana’s work here.
Harjeet Singh is a global expert on the issues of climate impacts, Loss and Damage migration, and adaptation. He is Global Engagement Director, at the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative.

Workshop #2

         The tWays of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in October 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Symposium

Workshop 1

       The second themed Acts of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in May 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Workshop 3

       The  Acts of Repair: Loss and Damage symposium will be held in January 2025. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

       The first themed Acts of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in February 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop, and what speakers will be present.

Workshop 2

         The t Acts of Repair: Loss and Damage workshop will be held in October 2024. Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop and what speakers will be present.

Symposium

rebuilding
relocating
restoring ecosystems
healing and remembering
“many peoples, groups and states cannot always say what Loss and Damage really means to them”
Addressing loss and damage
requires a vast range of activities
including:
“addressing loss and damage is an opportunity for transformation”
ACTS OF REPAIR:
builds connections
across different
knowledge-building
practices
art
culture
Indigenous knowledge
science
policy
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Eve Tuck: Eve Tuck is an Unangax̂ scholar in the field of Indigenous studies and educational research. Tuck is the associate professor of critical race and indigenous studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
Recordings:

Workshop 2

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 Symposium

Workshop 1

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Workshop 3

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