Care is Revolutionary: Towards an Inclusive, Sustainable Future

Conversations  |  General  |  Non-fiction  |  English  |  1 hr

13 Nov Sun, 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Festival Pass with registration  - $30
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Beyond #selfcare and “holding space”, how can care work be transformative, revolutionary, and inclusive? Join us for a conversation about building a culture of care and working towards a climate-resilient future at the intersections of systemic change and sustainability.

This programme is co-presented with Ethos Books. There will be live notetaking during this event. If you have other access needs, please submit your accessibility requests through the registration form for the event. *We strongly encourage all attendees to be masked at all times at the venue and during the panel. We want to ensure that the space is safe for immunocompromised folks so please do your part in exercising community care. If you are unwell, have flu-like symptoms, or have a positive ART test, we urge you to please stay home.

[*adapted from Your Head Lah!’s Covid-19 safety precautions]


Minjie (she/her) is an activist and organizer-in-progress for climate and disability justice. She authored the chapter “Care is Revolutionary” in the anthology “Making Kin: Ecofeminist Essays from Singapore”, where she explored the importance of a care- centric culture for revolutionary movements. What makes her feel alive is dreaming, experimenting and building towards radical visions with other like-minded folks!