Ripples of Hope

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The Ripples of Hope Festival celebrates the power of people to make human rights a reality for all.

We’re experiencing some technical hitches with Home Screen today, click here to view Sunday’s livestream.

This brand new 5-day festival asks us to:

  • Think about the challenges we face as communities and as humanity;
  • Celebrate the power of people to make change; and
  • Explore how we can – together – take action in our communities and across the world to create a future that truly serves people.

 

After a year that has isolated and divided us, the Festival is a place to meet, share ideas and experiences – and to get excited about changing the world for the better. Add your voice to a weekend of exhilarating and challenging debate, intimate conversations, inspiring stories, workshops and performances, as we explore the world we can create together.

Join local and international community activists, performers, poets, organisers and artists as we delve into our five core themes:

  • Dignity & Justice
  • Equity & Equality
  • Arts & Culture
  • Activism & Participation
  • Environment & Climate Change

 

For just £5, you can access selected livestreamed events from our building, to the comfort of your own home. Events include the Ripples of Hope in conversation events with Hillary Clinton and Kailash Satyarthi, the PEN HG Wells Lecture with Elif Shafak and daily panel events with speakers including Kerry Kennedy, Gary Younge, Baroness Helena Kennedy, Peter Tatchell, Billy Bragg, Bob and Roberta Smith and more.

Ripples of Hope Day Pass holders will also have access to all livestreams – head over to the HOME website now to book your day pass.

Click here to see the full details of events being livestreamed.