The festival has a firmly ‘green’ perspective and a strong focus on social responsibility, social inclusion and animal rights. The aim is to generate
a city-wide conversation, by asking the question, ‘How can ethical thinking make Glasgow a better place for all?’.
- Who: Murray Associates, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scott Savage and many other partners.
- When: 29 November – 6 December 2015
- Where: Glasgow, United Kingdom.
The festival is open to all those who want to see a more ethical world, and is a forum where different points of view are welcomed and respected. Genuine progress can be made through open-minded, positive engagement between all sections of society. The festival provides a space for that to happen. This year, the festival is working with four charities, which represent the programme’s four main areas of focus: The Environment, Social Responsibility, Social Inclusion and Animal Rights.
Beneficiaries & Stakeholders:
The festival is open to all those who want to see a more ethical world.
Insights & Conclusions:
The four nominated charities are:
• The Hidden Gardens: to promote understanding between people of all cultures, faiths and backgrounds, and celebrate the universal spirit of nature
• WestGAP: an anti-poverty community group run by and for people in Glasgow who have first-hand experience of living in poverty.
• Scottish Detainee Visitors: an independent charity that supports people detained by the immigration service at Dungavel Immigration Removal Centre, and seeks to influence policy on detention.
• Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Centre: cares for injured and orphaned wild birds and animals, with the aim of returning them to the wild.