Breaking News! Discover now the #Croke21 Declaration,
the message from a #COP21 Cross- Community Climate Summit!
“Croke Park” the home of Gaelic Games and of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) stadium with capacity of 82,300, making it the third largest stadium in Europe. The stadium is located in the North Inner City of Dublin which is one of the most deprived area of the Irish capital.
ATD’s project #Croke21 – A Community Climate Summit aims to involve and mobilise people living in the Croke Park area in the debates and challenges of the COP21 Summit. It will also enable to a small group of young people from this area to join the civil society debates in Dublin and in Paris at the time of the COP21 Summit or in the days before it.
With #Croke21 – A Community Climate Summit project, All Together in Dignity Ireland will :
- Gather the voices of people living in the Dublin North Inner City about the Climate challenge faced by the world, with a particular priority given to hearing the voice of young people and adults facing marginalisation and harships because of life in consistent poverty. #Croke21 – A Community Climate Summit will take place on Saturday 28th November with discussions and creative workshops ! Voices of people from the community, the #Croke21 Declaration, will be brought to Paris by a delegate of ATD at the time of #COP21.
- Mobilise people in the Dublin North Inner City and the General Public on the climate justice debate. Young people from the area will attend a European debate on Climate Justice in Paris a few days before #COP21. They will be the leaders of the preparation of the participation of people from the Croke Park community area to the People’s Climate March on 29th November. In February 2016, a follow up meeting will be organised in the Dublin North Inner City after the Summit to discuss the responsibilities of each citizen to act on climate change and on justice.
- Raise general public awareness in Dublin about the Paris “Climate Summit”, climate justice issues and the need of transforative processes in everyday life. The project will be presented on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #Croke21