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Talks & Seminars

Whose (is)Land is it anyway?

A day of walks, talks and dis­cus­sion that explore our rela­tion­ship and access to land

Opening Times
11:00 – 16:00
Featuring speakers from around the world and around the corner including:

Hyppolite Ntigurirwa, artist, author and peace ambassador. In 2019, he envisioned and conducted the 'Be the Peace Walk', a 100-day performance piece in which he walked across the country in commemoration of 25 years since the end of the Tutsi genocide in Rwanda.

Anita Sethi, journalist and award-winning writer. She is the author of 'I Belong Here: a Journey Along the Backbone of Britain' (Bloomsbury, Spring 2021).

Alexa DeFeranti Lower Hewood Farm a 45-acre, certified organic small-holding located on the borders of Dorset, Devon, and Somerset a portion of which is a Site of Nature Conservation Interest.

Blendi Bytyqi from Termokiss a community-run center in Prishtina, Kosovo with the mission of urban and civil exchange, reflection and change-making.

Choose from a menu of walks and talks, join one or stay all day plus there is an exhibition of photographs, films and documents from the This Land research.
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