Sharing City Community Assembly

sharing city community assembly

Thursday 27 April, 2023 – 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Civic House, 26 Civic St, Glasgow G4 9RH

Community gathering to discuss ways to build a culture of sharing in Glasgow

Come to the community gathering to discuss ways to work together to build a culture of sharing in Glasgow and the social, economic and environmental benefits this can have for communities.

Unfortunately Glasgow Tool Library, like many third sector organisations, is struggling to secure the funding it needs to continue to deliver its service and activities.

Despite an unsustainable level of consumerism, local authority commitments to grow the circular economy and a democratic recommendation from participants of the 2021 Climate Assembly to have resource libraries in every community in Scotland – there is currently not enough support available to sustain climate or circular economy projects such as this.

They’re determined to find a way forward, however, without the support of local or national Government, so they need your support to keep GTL going.This event provides an opportunity to hear from others involved in the circular and sharing economy movement and to discuss ideas for how we can continue to transition our economy from a consumerist model that is destroying our planet, to a communal model that supports communities.

Come and hear about what’s already happening locally and nationally, and find out ways you can get involved in supporting Glasgow Tool Library.

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