Becoming Activists of the Future

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Workshop
 What do we hope the world will look like by the year 2036?  

Census data suggests that by 2036, half of all young people in London will be of dual heritage.  Through a series of games and exercises, we aim to empower young people aged 8-14 to discuss what other changes they would like to see in the next eighteen years, and to examine ways in which they can become activists of their own futures.

The workshop will last 1 hour 30 minutes.

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