- Posted on August 5th, 2020
What comes next? #LifeBeyondCovid
Following Julie’s Bicycle’s appeal for A Just and Green Cultural Recovery, which to date has gained more than 800 endorsers from across the sector, we will be submitting evidence to the House of Lords investigation into #LifeBeyondCOVID.
With just one month left to input your response, we urge you to add your written, video, photo or audio submissions in answer to what you feel the long term implications of COVID-19 are on issues of social cohesion, inequality, our environment, and arts and culture.
Julie’s Bicycle are compiling a response with input from across the sector to increase the impact of our message being heard. We would love to feature your voice.
To submit, please email your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title: ‘#LifeBeyondCovid submission’ or share it on social media, with the hashtags #LifeBeyondCovid and #JustGreenCulture, tagging @JuliesBicycle on Twitter or @Julies_Bicycle on Instagram. Please send this through to us by Tuesday 25th August.
How to support JB’s submission to #LifeBeyondCovid
Please take a few moments to answer one or more of the following questions either in writing, video, or image:
1. Why did you endorse the #JustGreenCulture letter?
2. What do you feel the long term implications of COVID-19 are on your environmental activities?
If in writing: Please share no more than 200 words.
If in video format: Please keep the length to 1 minute maximum length.
If in image format: There are no set picture specifications.
Please note: anything tagged with #JustGreenCulture and #LifeBeyondCovid may be included in the public submission document, and that by sharing information with us in either of the above ways you are permitting to this content being used in a response to the enquiry and the potential publications of that.
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