At Systemic Justice, we are working to support the fight for systemic change on racial, social, and economic justice. In all issues we take on, we are taking an intersectional approach and address challenges across the digital and non-digital context. Even though the understanding that the negative impacts of technology disproportionately affect marginalised people is […]
Tatu Hey is part of the Black Earth Kollektiv. An intersectional environmental and climate justice collective founded by BIPoC in Berlin. Tatu participated in Systemic Justice’s roundtable on Climate Justice. “We cannot discuss climate justice without talking about colonialism and capitalism.” This is a statement I made at the Systemic Justice Roundtable on the topic of […]
“Our battle is much more than pain and suffering. Strategic fights can make change happen that sometimes even the legal system doesn’t foresee.” When utilised properly, social protection frameworks can help protect people against poverty and exclusion, and help shield individuals in times of crisis. It can help improve health and education, facilitate access to […]
There is not a Muslim problem. There is not a Roma problem. There is not a Black problem. There is a problem with systemic oppression.
Guest post by Jada Lauren Kennedy, climate justice and human rights activist. Jada participated in Systemic Justice’s roundtable on climate justice. The feeling of taking my life into my own hands, taking my future into my own hands, reclaiming my voice along the way, and meeting incredible people from around the world. I feel like […]
“Marginalised groups have to be the main protagonist. It’s a huge contradiction that mono-cultural groups have control… We are done with white saviours –– we need allies, we have the tools to really empower ourselves.” “Who protects us from the police?” The Equinox Initiative for Racial Justice asked this question in its report with the same […]