To make sure our work meets the needs of activists and movements, Systemic Justice is conducting a Europe-wide consultation in the first half of 2022 to identify priorities for developing litigation projects.
During April-July 2022, Systemic Justice will hold a series of roundtables, convening a total of approximately 100 organisations, movements, and community groups. The roundtables will cover six themes: climate justice; anti-racism; social protection; policing; access to justice; and free movement.
Each theme will be approached through an intersectional lens, centring how a person’s social or political identity and personal characteristics can combine to create different modes of discrimination, exclusion, and oppression. We will consider issues across both digital and non-digital spaces.
The roundtables will focus on grassroots movements and those directly working with communities, and will be complemented by input received through a needs assessment survey, conversations with key stakeholders, and desk research.
The outcome of the consultation will be published in the fall of 2022.
Starting from the priorities and opportunities identified in the consultation, Systemic Justice will develop its first litigation projects in Q3-Q4 of 2022.
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