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Kindfest2020 on Friday 13th - Friday 27th November 2020
Come, be inspired, and join a growing and supportive global community championing empathy and kindness. #Kindfest2020 is part of the kindness revolution. Offering practical solutions to creating kinder lives, workplaces, and communities, andputting kindness at the core of building back a better and fairer post pandemic world. Kindfest is available to join live on 13 Nov or to download and view at your convenience until 13 December.
Featuring special musical performances by Billy Bragg, Citizens of the World Choir, The Include Choir, Sound of the Sirens and Frank Turner. Plus over 100 speakers including Aaron Roach Bridgeman, presenter; AC Grayling, philosopher; Prof Alice Roberts; Bryony Gordon journalist and author; Caroline Lucas MP; Cathy Newman, author and broadcaster; Claudia Hammond, broadcaster and writer; David Jamilly, founder of Kindness UK; Don Diffang, Scientist and founder of DMAFB (Do Me A Favour Buddy) Dunola Oladapo, Founder of Luton Lights; Fatima Zaman, Head of UK Delegation at G20; Dr Jamil Zaki Stanford University; Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and Wikitribune and wt.social the non-toxic social network; Leonor Stjepic, CEO Montessori; Keira Byland, Treble gold winning cyclist, Special Olympics; Marilyn Okoro, Olympian; Matt Johnson, TV presenter and Mind Ambassador; Dr Radha Modgil, GP, writer and broadcaster; Rory Stewart, former MP; Sam Gyimah former UK Universities Minister; Simon Anholt, The Good Country Index; Sonali Shah, TV Presenter; SULEY RaPOET award winning poet and speaker, Giles Paley-Phillips and Julia Bradbury from podcast A Little Bit of Positive; Baroness Warsi Member of House of Lords and All Party Group for Compassionate Politics and many more.
The Festival is organised into themed tents. Tent 1: Kinder Lives, Tent 2: Kindness at Work, Tent 3: Thinking Kindness, Tent 4: Kinder Politics and Tent 5: Kinder Youth. Festival goers can explore different tents and themes throughout the event and will receive access to recordings of the entire festival afterwards – so will not miss a thing.
For those who can’t tune in live on 13th November tickets for a recorded version of the whole Festival are available until 13th December.
Tickets start at £5, with pay it forward tickets available for £10 and free tickets released every Friday. 100% of profits go to charity partners The Blurt Foundation, The Captain Tom Foundation and YoungMinds.
Music Genres: Acoustic, Choral, Folk, Indie, Pop
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