PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY 17.8.2022
Together we will engage you and several other young people in some of the most important agendas of our time – the climate fight and LGBT+ rights.
First stop was this year’s Roskilde Festival.
Here you could listen, discuss, party and become wiser with a multitude of activists, musicians, authors and dancers in the assembly space Flokkr at the camping site.
But we are far from done!
Now the activists will go on tour in the caravan. They will inspire you and your friends to use your democratic right to make a social change and a more sustainable future.
You can become a part of the caravan and experience how art, activism and creative outputs works as a catalyst for democratic engagement at these three events:
It all takes place in the artwork Here Together Kinship, created by the artist duo Baum & Leahy with re- and upcycled materials. It’s a lively and dynamic meeting place for art and activism, created to stimulate fantasy and creativity.
Meet Kristoffer, Tobias, Malaika and Isabelle.
What can we learn from a collective of young activists? What do they have on their mind? And how will they make a difference for the democracy?
Here you can meet Kristoffer, Tobias, Malaika and Isabelle who tell about their voluntary engagement in the movements LGBT+ Denmark, YoungEnergy, The Green Youth Movement and Fridays For Future Denmark.
Flokkr on tour is developed by Roskilde Festival in collaboration with Baum & Leahy, LGBT+ Denmark, YoungEnergy, The Green Youth Movement and Fridays or Future Denmark. The project is supported by CICU – Civil Society in Development, KR Foundation and Danish Arts Foundation.