Join the Global Day for Climate Justice on 6 Nov

Global Day for Climate Justice


When: 12:00 pm, November 6, 2021
Campaigns: Climate

During the first two weeks of November, the UN climate talks will take place in Glasgow. On Saturday 6 November there will be actions across the UK and the world to demand the system change we need to avert climate catastrophe. Together, we can make enough noise that our voices cannot be ignored.


Assemble 12noon, Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow G3 6BY.
Join Global Justice Now and allies for the Global Economic Justice Bloc on the demo. Meet at the Park Gate entrance to Kelvingrove Park (see on Google maps).


Assemble 12noon, Bank of England, Threadneedle St, London EC2R 8AH.
Join Global Justice Now and allies – meet at Bucklersbury beside Bank (see on Google maps, exit 8 from Bank tube station).


Find other protests on the COP26 Coalition map

Global Justice Now is a member of the COP26 Coalition, under whose banner the Global Day for Climate Justice is being organised.

Why you should join the Global Day for Climate Justice

We are living through a period of multiple breaking points – from climate to covid to racism. We know that these crises not only overlap, but share the same cause. The climate crisis already means loss of lives, homes, livelihoods and ecosystems for indigenous communities and the poorest and most marginalised within countries, and across the world. While no one can escape the impacts of these crises, those who have done least to cause them suffer the most. Across the world, the poorest people and communities of colour are too often those bearing the brunt of the climate crisis. From coastal villages in Norfolk whose sea-defences are eroding faster than ever, to people living by the Niger Delta rivers blackened by oil spillage.

Justice won’t be handed to us by world leaders or delivered by corporations. Only we can imagine and build the future that works for all of us. The transformative solutions that we need to survive and build a more just and fair world can only be brought about through collective action, solidarity and coordination, from our local communities and international levels.

We are bringing together movements from across the world to build power for system change – indigenous movements, frontline communities, trade unions, racial justice groups, youth strikers, landworkers, peasants, NGOs, grassroots community campaigns, feminist movements, faith groups… to name a few.

Wherever you are in the world, now is the time to join the fight for climate justice. We need all hands on deck: in workplaces, communities, schools, hospitals and across national borders.

Find out more about events and protests during COP26

Global Justice Now can offer some subsidised travel to Glasgow and some accommodation options if you are planning to come up to protest during COP26. Find out more