Surfacing Systemic (In)justices: A community view
Systemic Justice’s report, “Surfacing Systemic (In)justices: A community view” is out on Tuesday 27 September 2022. In it, they share the findings from a comprehensive Europe-wide community consultation, mapping priorities for action within racial, social, and economic justice movements. To launch the report, they’re inviting friends, partners, and community members to celebrate with them in person in London and online.
“Surfacing Systemic (In)justices: A community view” is the result of a community consultation process that spanned 33 countries, 6 languages, and invited participants to share their experiences during six thematic roundtable conversations.
Their research team also mapped out the details of 1000 organisations, movements, and collectives as well as combining data from 100 1:1 conversations, and 96 survey responses. Systemic Justice has explicitly and intentionally foregrounded local perspectives throughout, over those of established, larger organisations.
“A community view” provides an insight into priorities as reflected on by marginalised communities themselves. That’s why they say this is a report made for communities. Their thoughts, reflections on priorities and what their most pressing needs are, all contained within these findings.
As the first Black-led, majority Black people and People of Colour (BPOC) organisation working on community-driven litigation through an intersectional lens, Systemic Justice has big plans for the future, and they can’t wait to get started by sharing these findings with you!
When: Tuesday 27 September, 18.00 GMT+1/BST (doors open at 17.30)
Where: Shoreditch Town Hall, London and online streaming