This panel explores the interconnected nature of climate change and migration and accompanies the current Citi exhibition, Arctic: culture and climate and the library of exile installation.
Panellists include indigenous Arctic writer, spoken word poet and curator, Taqralik Partridge; Shaul Bassi, Director of the International Center for the Humanities and Social Change at Ca'Foscari University of Venice; and James Thornton, an environmental lawyer and writer. The New Statesman named Thornton as one of 10 people who could change the world.
The event is the second in a series of thought-provoking discussions presented in collaboration with Edmund de Waal and the human rights organisation English PEN(Opens in new window), exploring the key themes of the library of exile.
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