42nd Annual Justice and Peace Conference
17-19 July 2020
The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick
‘2020 Vision – Action for Life on Earth’
Five years on from Laudato Si’ we are learning that ecological conversion is a matter of life and death. Decisions at United Nations summits in 2020 on both climate and biodiversity will be critical for salvaging a viable future.
Join us in Conference 2020 as we make common cause to face the choices, changes and consequences confronting us.
Look out for more information shortly.
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