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Inequality and what we can do about it, with Jeremiah Emmanuel

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Join us for a special livestreamed discussion about finding your way in a confusing world, curated by and featuring Jeremiah Emmanuel.

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Elected to the UK Youth Parliament at 11, and into the role of deputy young mayor of Lambeth at 13, 21-year-old Emmanuel has committed his youth to actively empowering local communities to fight against the ills of austerity and inequality. In his book, Dreaming in a Nightmare, he blends memoir with practical tips for young people who have a desire to get involved in activism on local and national scales.

For this special event, Emmanuel has curated a panel that will explore how as a young person, you can carve your way through a system that works to actively disempower you. Putting forward practical advice for building your confidence and self-empowerment to enact positive change, this event will also invite you to speak directly to our panel, to find out how, in a world that often feels confusing and hostile, you can lift up yourself and those around you.

We are celebrating The Guardian’s 200th birthday with a digital festival featuring today’s leading thinkers, activists, artists and politicians. Join our specially curated programme of online conversations from wherever you are in the world. See the full lineup here and sign up to our newsletter for more announcements.

All tickets include the opportunity to watch the event on demand at a later time. A link to the recording will be sent to all ticket holders 24 hours after the event.

Running time: 60 minutes

If you live in the United Kingdom, you can pre-order a copy of Dreaming In A Nightmare by Jeremiah Emmanuel with your ticket at checkout for the special combined price of £13 including postage and packing (RRP £8.99). Books will be dispatched on 1 July 2021. However, please note that in the current circumstances, some books may be delayed. If we experience any delay in getting your copy to you, we will contact you by email to let you know.

This event will be hosted on a third-party live streaming platform and streamed globally.

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