On November 18th, the 2021 Global Assembly released its report explaining the rationale, methodology, and outcomes of the process. The People’s Declaration for the Sustainable Future of the Planet Earth that emerged from the assembly members’ deliberations last year is contextualized with detailed explanations of how and why the Global Assembly was organized, the diversity of its impacts, and lessons for future practice.
The Global Assembly is a world first, and it is estimated that more than 400 people, from more than 110 countries contributed their time and expertise to make the assembly possible, whether as assembly members, cluster facilitators, assembly facilitators, notetakers, community hosts, translators, advisory committees, funders, designers, artists, tech experts, filmmakers, community assembly organizers and participants – and more.
Keep an eye out for a KNOCA workshop focused on inclusion and disadvantage in early 2023 that will include reflections on the formal evaluation of the Global Assembly.
Watch the KNOCA Learning Call on Transnational Climate Assemblies involving organisers of the Global Assembly.
Read the full report here: