Online Events for Jai Jagat 2020 UK

ONLINE EARTH DAY 2020, Our Cities and Climate 22nd April; 10.00; 14.00 & 19.00 BST


We invite you to participate in our online Earth Day programme: strengthening our spirit and cities taking the leadEarth Day 2020 is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year!  The focus for 2020 is on Climate Change. 

We’ll be sharing prepared contributions on caring for the Earth and for each other: through faith reflections, creative responses and practical actions cities are taking.  There will be opportunities for participants to make contributions before, during and after the online conference.


This is a free event, please register for the online programme so that we can send you details of how to join (and how to use Zoom if you are not familiar with it). You will need to register through this Eventbrite link to receive the Zoom link:


Further information available via the Footsteps website & facebook:


There will be opportunities to share your own faith, experiences and reflections on the current crisis during this interactive event. So register for a particular time slot (10.00; 14.00 or 19.00) to book your opportunity to share in this online event.

Birmingham City Council’s 8th Gold award for Garden of Climate Change

Contributions and speakers include:

  • Birmingham Faith Leaders
  • Guided meditation from Vari McLuskie (Plum Village UK)
  • The Choir with No Name, Beatfreaks poets and Moving Souls Dance artists
  • JaiJagat 2020 (a global campaign for Justice and Peace)
  • Mike Berners-Lee (author There is no Planet B)
  • Birmingham Climate Emergency R20 Task Force
  • Remy Pagani (Cabinet Member Geneva City Council, former Mayor of Geneva)
  • Climate Action Network West Midlands (CANWM) 

Madras Cafe Unlocked 2020

An online festival featuring Action Village India, Madras Cafe and JaiJagat 2020. The event was in July 2020 and all resources and webinars will remain online until May 2021. For full programme, see this link:  

Day of fasting for peace

September 21st Program: 24 Hour Fast

International Day of Peace: Shaping Peace Together


On this International Day of Peace, September 21st, 2020, the Jai Jagat Campaign is calling for a radical change in our society. We, as a human family, have the opportunity to fast together for 24 hours (beginning from 7pm on 20th September to 7pm on 21st September). This act of self-suffering emboldens us to make changes in our own behaviour and actions, if we are to build a more just and peaceful world.

The UN’s “Shaping Peace Together” appeals to people to spread compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the pandemic and to eradicate poverty; reduce discrimination; ameliorate the climate crisis; and stop violence and wars. It is imperative that we learn from this pandemic about the fragility of the earth, and our interactions, and find ways to commit ourselves to policies and practices that restore peace and nonviolence for the sake of the next generations.

24th September:  Food Justice Webinar

hosted by JJ 2020 UK with Action Village India

 Webinars – all times are in GMT (BST + 1hr)

September 27th: Webinar on Educating for Justice Through Peace: All times of webinars in GMT

1:00 pm – 9:45 pm – Zoom link to be sent & more details to be sent – for more details go to

September 28th: 2 webinars on Indigenous issues focusing on India, Europe, Canada & Mexico:All times of webinars

in GMT

11:45 am – 5:00 pm – Zoom link to be sent & more details to be sent – for more details go to

September 29th: Webinar on Youth Engagement

2:00pm – 5:30pm -Zoom link to be sent & more details to be sent – for more details go to

September 30th : Webinars on Women’s Issues: Arts, Handicrafts, and Peace Tourism between India and Iran , Women’s Issues: Leadership at the Grassroots- India/Nepal , Sexual Exploitation (Spain): All times of webinars in GMT

08:15 – 4:00pm – Zoom link to be sent & more details to be sent – for more details go to

October 1st: Webinar on Re-imagining a Nonviolent Economy (Part I): All times of webinars in GMT

8:00 – 5:00 pm: Zoom link to be sent & more details to be sent – for more details go to

October 2nd: Seminar and Plenary in Geneva for Jai Jagat 2020: Re-imagining a Global-Local Non- Violent Economy (part II) and JJ Looking forward 2020 – 2030: All times of webinars in GMT

7:30am-3:30pm: Zoom link to be sent & more details to be sent – for more details go to

To see all of our latest webinars undertaken by JaiJagat International featuring UK speakers, please visit the following link:

For peace building with Stuart Mortin, view:


For tools in campaigning using art with Fran Wilde, view:


For sharing environmental activism between Armenia and the UK, visit: