Samia Dumbuya

Samia Dumbuya (she/they) is a freelance consultant, facilitator and community organiser focusing on community and movement building for climate justice. They are also currently a Master's student at UCL studying MSc Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions observing the flow and availability of global natural resources using tools from multiple disciplines, such as economics, political science, environmental science, engineering and more. Samia's background is centring community care and empowerment in their professional experience. They co-authored Towards Climate Justice: Rethinking the European Green Deal from a Racial Justice Perspective, a project led by Equinox: Initiative for Racial Justice. Samia has the drive to weave different approaches led by communities and green organisations to eliminate silos, as working in silos brings us further away from climate justice.
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From Climate Change to Climate Justice: A BIPOC Perspective in Europe
This breakout session will double as the launch of Systemic Justice’s speaker series, which tells an alternative story of the climate emergency in Europe from the perspectives of Black, Indigenous, and Communities of Colour who have laid the foundation for the movement we’ve come to recognize today.