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Fridays for Futures Across Borders: Audio Visual Snippets for Climate Action

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posted on 2023-04-24, 05:00 authored by Annamaria NeagAnnamaria Neag, Eve MayesEve Mayes

Young Climate Activist Vox Pops

Meet young climate activists living in Hungary, Czech Republic and Australia through this 18 minute vox pop compilation. To find out more about how climate activism differs in different parts of the world, these climate activists asked each other three questions:


1. Who are you and why have you become an activist?

2. What is unique about FFF demands in your country?

3. How have you developed during your time spent in the climate movement. 


Their responses form a local and global dialogue about changing power dynamics, addressing government inaction and countering scepticism of older generations towards climate change.


Acknowledgements 

Young activists: Lili Aschenbrenner (HU); Kinga Somlói (HU); Márton Veszprémy (HU); Magdaléna Středová (CZ); Matyáš Dynka(CZ); Ema Ostřížková(CZ); Netta Maiava (AUS); Sophie Chiew (AUS); Natasha Abhayawickrama (AUS) Eve Mayes (Deakin University) OrsolyaKovács-Magosi(Charles University). 


Dr Annamária Neag is a civic-minded scholar who focuses on topics related to media literacy education, civic activism and migration. She has taught at universities in several countries in Europe and Asia.  Annamária was awarded the prestigious Marie Curie Fellowship, funded by the European Commission. Dr Neag is currently leading an international research group at Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic). Dr Neag is a Research fellow and lecturer at Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic); Associate investigator at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child. 


Dr Eve Mayes (she/her) is a Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer at Deakin University in the School of Education (Research for Educational Impact). Eve is currently undertaking the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Fellowship (DECRA) project: Striking Voices: Australian school-aged climate justice activism (2022-2025). Her book The Politics of Voice in Education is published by Edinburgh University Press. Project Instagram account: @striking_voices.

Funding

Dr Eve Mayes is the recipient of an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Award (DE220100103).

Dr Annamária Neag is the recipient of Primus programme Charles University (CZ) (PRIMUS/21/HUM/003).

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