Caoimhe Butterly #SafePassage Ep.174


Recent events in Sudan have brought back into focus the role we in the ‘West’ play in facilitating Human Rights abuses in many parts of the world. Our guest in The Tortoise Shack is educator, trainee psychotherapist, Refugee Rights campaigner and one of the most remarkable people we’ve met, Caoimhe Butterly.

She talks to us about forced migration, building sustainable activism and the need to cede space to the next generation of activists, who see clearly the intersectionality between war, climate breakdown and Human Rights. Caoimhe also talks about how to respond to the recent massacre in the Khartoum sit-in protest and also shares a bit about what drives her and the Hope she feels everyday. We all need more of that.

Safe Passage event is on Monday June 17th in Christ Church Cathedral. Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ie & check out masi.ie

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