How can communities fighting for justice leverage the full power of litigation for their causes and campaigns? We’ve developed our first series of resources to start building up a community toolkit for change.
Our approach at Systemic Justice is to empower marginalised communities fighting for racial, social, and economic justice. We believe in a future where communities lead strategic litigation on their terms.
Our second in-person retreat of the Community of Practice has just come to a close, marking the first anniversary of this Community of lawyers, litigators, and litigating organisations.
Here’s what to expect and look forward to during our second Community of Practice retreat.
A blueprint of our learnings along the way as we build our work with community partners, that we believe it is important to share openly so we can all work to do better.
A variety of terms frequently pop up in discussions around using the courts to bring about social change. In this piece, we are exploring one such term that frequently comes up in the context of our work: “movement lawyering”, a term that has grown in popularity over recent years and has started to gain greater traction in Europe, including by institutions engaged in or supporting litigation work. But what does it mean?