Giving: good. Fundraising: bad?
We all agree that giving is good, but is fundraising? Hear from three people paid to make you part with your cash about why they're proud to be professional fundraisers. Oh, and how it helps build...
Speaker(s): Zoe Bunter
Too Hot To Handle: Climate Change Knows No Borders
Can we really cooperate to fight the ravages of climate change? And now that the UK faces Brexit, will the good things that the EU has done on climate care be lost? Do NGOs and campaigning...
Speaker(s): Bill McKibben
Forget Me Not
Professor John Swinton, Rebecca de Saintonge, Sally Magnusson Join three special guests whose lives have each been touched by dementia and who have responded in various ways through theology,...
Speaker(s): Professor John Swinton, Rebecca de Saintonge, Sally Magnusson
The Red Tent – the programme in store
The Red Tent is an old idea. But it's new at Greenbelt. Whenever we've programmed feminist content at the festival, there has been a huge appetite for it. Overlay that with what faith and its...
Bamboozled at birth by a name nobody could pronounce, Jyothi Cross is an ordinary teenager. Except nobody is an ordinary teenager.
Kites Not Drones
Fly Kites Not Drones is a creative non-violence project that helps young people explore the issue of armed drones.
The Exchange @ Greenbelt
The Exchange has been made possible by Co-op Energy, The Phone Co-op and Anthony Collins Solicitors, and will be a place for you to come and hear about their journeys and the values and...
Citizens UK is an independent, registered charity funded mainly by its member – educational, labour, religious and health institutions. It's aims are: to develop the capacity and skills of...
We Laughed, Cried And Danced To Video-Games
A blog from Andy Robertson, curator of InterACT ... the digital gaming strand at this year's festival ... This year was the first time Greenbelt (or any major Arts festival in the UK) handed over...
Discover Interactive Art at Greenbelt
A blog from Andy Robertson, curator of our InterACT programme at Greenbelt 2016 ... I could have called this Video-Games at Greenbelt, but I don't want to put off people who “don't play...
Ian long is one of the creators of The Blob Tree. He is translating the Bible verse by verse, but without words.
How does your garden grow?
A guest blog from our associate partners, the URC.Why is it easier to be kind to plants than to people, asks Ann Honey, church-related community worker with the United Reformed Church.I work in...
MP for Brent Central and shadow cabinet member, Sarah formerly worked for Macmillan Cancer Relief.
Ruach Blessing, Ruth Stock
Ruach-Blessing is an open-air meditation in the "Bombed Out Church" - St Luke's in central Liverpool, now a walled garden.
Rev Dr Peter Phillips
Director of CODEC, a research centre at Durham University exploring digital theology, digital discipleship, and preaching and the imagination.