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Ctrl.Alt.Shift

Take control of your world.

Alter the way it works.

Shift the status quo.

Ctrl.Alt.Shift is a community of young people dedicated to international social justice. They campaign creatively on issues including climate change, tax justice, gender equality, trade justice, corruption and HIV stigma. The community is based at www.ctrlaltshift.co.uk - a platform for young people to get their voices heard.

Ctrl.Alt.Shift is the youth arm of Christian Aid, an international development charity that believes that poverty can be over and works with people of all faith and none to try and achieve this.

Episode 2 is all about Climate Change and the environment. What consequences is climate change already causing around the world? What can we do about it post the ‘ Copenhagen cop out’? And what can we do as campaigners to stop climate change causing more problems?
Including music from Joe Driscoll (http://joedriscoll.net/) and Fela Kuti (http://www.felaproject.net/), spoken word from Inua Ellams (phaze05.com) and discussion from Laura Trevelyan (Christian Aid), Dan Glass (Plane Stupid) and Hannah Smith (UKYCC).

Ctrl.Alt.Shift takes a look at gender equality issues around the world, including music from Poetic Pilgrimage (www.myspace.com/poeticpilgrimage).

Also featuring a discussion from poet and performer Sabrina Mahfouz (Twitter: @SabrinaMahfouz), Christian Aid Communications Officer for gender and francophone Africa, Ally Carnwath, and craft activist and blogger Rosa Martyn (Twitter: @curegreed).

Presented by Amy Hall, Eva Baker and Rosie Underwood.