The Racial Justice Network (RJN) brings together organisations and individuals in Yorkshire and beyond to campaign for economic, spiritual and cultural repairs to end racial injustice and address legacies of colonialism. Our aims include raising consciousness of racial inequality and injustice; challenging institutional and individual imbalances of power; and building solidarity with those who share our commitment to collective liberation.
We listen to, work with and have our work led by racially minoritised communities; ensuring our work has intersectionality at its heart. We seek to take positive and effective action through mobilising; organising; training; community building; research and evidence collation; advocacy; and media engagement. We also liaise with the voluntary, public and private sectors to heighten race analysis and bring about change.
If you are interested in working with us and making a difference, please visit this page regularly to check for any open roles. We offer a supportive and collaborative work environment with opportunities for professional development, growth, and impact.
We encourage applicants of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to apply. Together, we can continue to fight for racial justice and build a more equitable society for all.