Sustainability

Let's Talk Climate Anxiety and Racial Equity in Mental Health with Angel Arutura

As part of our Let's Talk Mental Health & Wellbeing campaign, we're pleased to be welcoming activist, educator and creative Angel Arutura to Edinburgh to discuss climate anxiety, and the mental health experiences of communities of colour.

Angel's journey began in June 2020, as part of the Black Lives Matter movement in Northern Ireland, and for the past three years she has been dedicated to using her platform to address issues of racial equity, self-love and sustainability, often focusing on the links between connecting with nature - particularly through wild swimming - mental and physical wellbeing, and the fight for climate justice.

Angel will join us in conversation at this event, sharing her own insights and answering your questions in a warm and welcoming space.

Tickets are free but spaces are limited, so please reserve your place.

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To find out more about our Let's Talk campaign, including support available for your mental health, and upcoming funding available to support student-led events and activities centred on mental health, please visit eusa.ed.ac.uk/LetsTalk.

This event is in partnership with Edinburgh University Student's Association. 

Let's Talk. Mental health and wellbeing.
Feb 12 2024 -

Let's Talk Climate Anxiety and Racial Equity in Mental Health with Angel Arutura

As part of our Let's Talk Mental Health & Wellbeing campaign, we're pleased to be welcoming activist, educator and creative Angel Arutura to Edinburgh to discuss climate anxiety, and the mental health experiences of communities of colour.

40 George Square, LG.11