Artivism and storytelling play a crucial role in humanizing the experiences of affected communities, fostering empathy, understanding, and action. “Plastic Justice” serves as a starting point for comprehending the crisis from a social and environmental justice perspective.
Join us in exploring the multifaceted dimensions of Plastic Justice and how art and storytelling can drive change in advocacy, policy-making, and real-world contexts.
Bakelite (~7 min): A creative take on humanity’s toxic relationship with plastic.
Une Seconde Vie (~7 min): A short documentary from the 8billion project.
Earthbound (~50 min): Celebrating Nzambi Matee’s innovative solution to Kenya’s plastic waste.
There will be engaging discussions with experts, following these screenings, and a Q&A session exploring the intersection of artivism and storytelling in amplifying voices affected by plastic pollution and environmental injustice.
Humanity Hub, Fluwelen Burgwal 58, 2511 CJ, Den Haag, Zuid-Holland
24 november 18:00 - 22:00