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#breakfreefromplastic March

NAIROBI, KENYA

NOV 11, 2023

NO ROOM FOR MORE!

November marks the third meeting of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee where the Plastics Treaty is being negotiated. The first text has just been released, which means it is now crucial for young people and civil society to pay attention to the details of what their delegates are representing inside the negotiating rooms.

The Break Free From Plastic Movement March is being organized by a coalition of youth leaders, civil society groups, waste pickers, and activists that are working together to show the world that they have uncompromisable demands to ensure that this treaty is an ambitious and effective instrument.

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EVENTS

Break Free From Plastic
Movement March

November 11, 2023
Meet-up Point: National Museums of Kenya, briefing at 7:00am.
March Route: National Museums of Kenya to City Park.

The BFFP Movement March demonstrates the collective commitment of movements and organizations that are demanding the end of the age of plastic. This underscores the incontestable fact that plastic is intrinsically linked to the climate crisis, biodiversity loss, and pollution.

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Pre-March

The Story of Plastic Screening

November 10, 2023
Sarakasi Dome, Nairobi. Doors open at 3:00pm.

This pre-march event will include a screening of the Story of Plastic documentary and a Q&A with movement members.

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Post-March

Peaceful Demonstration

Date: TBC | Venue: TBC

This post-march Peaceful Demonstration will be a time to show the member states and delegates that we are united in our demands and that we are vigilant and paying attention to the outcomes of the negotiations. Join us by signing up for the march!

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OUR PARTNERS

Interested in partnering with us? Email youth@breakfreefromplastic.org

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