Artists included Ane Brun, Bob Hansson, Asha Ali, Emil Jensen, Jennie Abrahamsson, Rebekka Karijord, Dag för Dag, Wendy McNeill, The Tiny and more. No More Lullabies, initiated by Ane Brun and Johan Rutherhagen, is a concert and cultural performance that gathers many of Sweden's most interesting and appreciated artists.
The aim is to inspire audiences to reflect upon and talk about the critical condition our Earth finds itself in and the role we as people play - "beyond political rhetoric, defense mechanisms and self-indulgence. We are all concerned about the climate change. In many places of the world people are already suffering from its consequences. It`s time to wake up. We need no more lullabies. It's late, but not too late."
Ane Brun organized the first ‘No More Lullabies’ concert late in 2009 to bring attention to the issues of climate justice. She assembled 24 Swedish artists to take part in seven hours of live music and visuals to mark the International Day of Climate Action (October 24th).
In 2010, No More Lullabies came to Rework the World as artists who performed throughout the week during the plenaries and in the evenings beside the tent, but also to join workshops, and lead their own session on the role of the arts.
The 5th Global YES Summit-Rework The World is a joint initiative of YES Inc, with its youth led networks in fifty-five developing countries, the Tallberg Foundation, with its high level global network of decision makers and LSU, the Swedish National Association of Youth Organisations (LSU). The Summit is funded by contributions from Svenska Postkodlotteriet, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Sweden and many other partners.
The activities of the Tallberg Foundation can only be realized through the generous support of many public and private institutions and companies.