This event will appeal to researchers interested in learning from people with lived experience of economic injustice and activism in migrant rights and the UK’s immigration system, clothing poverty, housing benefits, health and complex care needs, and policy change.
There will be a Q&A with people who have engaged in lived experience activism and a discussion about what makes an economically just society. There will also be a reflection exercise on how we, as researchers, can effect change.
Guest speakers include Paul Rutherford, Louise Cooke (Sharewear UK), Chrisann Jarrett and Kimberley Garande (We Belong).
To put people with lived experience at the forefront of discussions about economic (in)justice, activism, and policy change
To be led by the stories and tactics of people with lived experience
For academics to expand the efficacy of their research concerning activism and policy change in the context of economic (in)justice.
The event will take place via Zoom on Wednesday 25th August, 7:30pm. You can register and find more information here: https://bit.ly/economic-injustice-JxJ