We listen and work with communities on effective ways of challenging oppressive practices effectively. We support individuals to embolden confidence and skills to tackle challenges, connect and grow networks. It is through the strengthening of our communities of resistance that we feel we can most impact in tackling racisms.

We support individuals and groups to run campaigns, reach out and mobilise others for strength and solidarity. Current work includes #StopTheScandal, a campaign to resist the extension of mobile biometrics used in police stop and search connected with faulty Home Office data. See, the 13th recommendation, Sankofa Africa study group, Covid response, Internationalism, unlearning racism programme, for more information, or to get involved.

We believe there are tangible and meaningful gains that can be made in the short-term. However, we are fundamentally committed to politics that intervenes at structural and institutional level and thereby structural change.