The Third Generation Project’s mission is to put the people most impacted by climate change at the heart of a progressive education agenda.
For our blog this means working with front-line communities to tell their own stories.
We opened our blog, The Frontline, with a series on the Coronavirus and how it’s impacting individuals and communities who are already dealing with the inequities and violence posed by global systems of environmental, economic, racial, and cultural inequality. We began The Frontline as a means of spotlighting individuals and communities who can speak to how this violence and inequity manifests itself in order better inform our actions and yours.
Our interviews are with people with whom we hold working relations or who have reached out and offered their time. All articles and photos are reviewed and approved by contributors to The Frontline. If you would like to be interviewed for The Frontline, please email our communications coordinator Annabelle von Moltke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These many-layered challenges motivated Nosintu, who herself has a disability, to found APD in her hometown and work to alleviate the tangible legacies of oppression and continued marginalisation in her community more broadly.
Lily – “If our generation is going to be the one to fix the problem, then we need to be taught about it.” The Frontline
‘We need global action on climate change’: Flooding and Covid-19 in Gambella, Ethiopia In this edition of Frontline TGP’s Deputy Director Bennett Collins is in
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Saharawis’ Life in a Refugee Camp under Lockdown Annabelle: If you had one message for the international community,