Unlearning Racism Training
Stop the Scan Campaign
Stop The Scan is a campaign to resist the extension of mobile biometrics used in police stop and search connected with Home Office data.
We offer tailored one on one support to strategise and move ideas and challenges to action. This has been in the form of disempowered communities starting new community groups, making links with authorities and connecting to other groups facing similar issues. Other forms include individual aspirations of challenging, highlighting or speaking to injustices.
To address colonial legacies and strengthen our work, we have reached out and build alliances globally particularly in Kenya and Brazil. This work is driven by our desire to understand the global nature of the colonial legacies we seek to challenge, to offer support, share learnings and resources.
Keen to facilitate safer spaces and ensure race analysis is acknowledged and layered within other oppressions, we have been organising monthly talks, panels, forums to highlight intersections and continue public sensitisation and conscientisation. The talks centring race offer race lens, analysis and literacy when addressing other strands for example gender, class, sexuality, disability, migration, faith, policing, education, climate justice.