The concept of guardianship underlines the importance of building an organisational culture that enables pursuing the mission, allowing individuals to step in and out of that guardian role along the way.
A reflection on extractive research: a commitment to uplifting marginalised voices and challenging structural inequality
At Systemic Justice, our research activities encompass community consultations, research conversations, data interrogation, analysis, and knowledge production – all carried out in service to racially, socially, and economically marginalised groups and communities.
What are we asking the court to do if they find in favour of our claim? As we develop litigation work with community partners, these considerations on the request for remedies will be a crucial part of the exploration process.
“Solidarity has been precluded – so we need to build it” In Europe, being racialised is a part of everyday life for everyone. Racialisation, as a social construct, can take place on the grounds of ethnicity, skin colour, religion, and a myriad of other factors. For many this results in marginalisation, stereotyping, exploitation, exclusion, invisibilisation, […]