Arcola Green Sunday- Beyond Economics
3rd April 3pm- 7.20pm
Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL

Join us for an exploration of sustainability beyond economics at the start of a new financial year. What would the world look like if money didn’t rule things? What possibilities could open up for different systems of exchange? What would we value?

Programme:
3pm Free workshop session exploring the intersection of sustainability and economics through discussions, games, an exhibition and craft.

5pm Films and Discussion hosted by Hali Healy from CEECEC (Civil Society Engagement with ECological Economics). Tickets £8/£5 (concessions)
Please contact Arcola Theatre box office to book tickets – 020 7503 1646.

‘Life After Growth’, Dir. Leah Temper and Claudia Medina, 2010, Canada,25mins
‘The Economics of Happiness’ Dir. Helena Norberg-Hodge, Steven Gorelick, John Page, 2010, US/UK, 67minsA new film that argues that the policies being implemented to deal with today’s economic turmoil will only temporarily shore up a global system that is fundamentally unstable and incapable of meeting the needs of people and the planet.

6.35- 7.20pm Post-screening discussion chaired by Hali Healy with Ruth Potts (Campaign Manager, The Great Transition- the new economics foundation) and Ian Mason Head of Law and Economics at the School of Economic Science.

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