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Disabled Rights and the Covid Enquiry

Post by Journey to Justice volunteer Rona Topaz.

Everyone knows about what happened in the care homes during the Covid-19 outbreak. Some even went so far as to suggest that those residents who caught the virus were helped to a speedier departure.

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Set Our Feet In Glory

We organised the sessions in East London in collaboration with the creative team of the musical Set Our Feet in Glory.

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Leicester Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

What a night of arts and human rights! On Monday 5th December, Journey to Justice were invited to speak at the 9th annual Leicester Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (LHRAFF).

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Grassroots storytelling and community building for economic justice

The event was held at the University of Nottingham and brought together a variety of people, including academics from the distinct fields of politics and fashion, local trade union organisers, and members of Sharewear Clothing Scheme and the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation. 

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‘The Long Shadow of Class’ is launched

The Long Shadow of Class was launched at Resource for London – a community organisation hub – on October 18th 2022. After watching our film, the wide-ranging audience were treated to a panel discussing the perpetuation of ‘classism’ and the necessity to involve those most affected by economic injustice in policy making.

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THE LONG SHADOW OF CLASS: Understanding inequality and galvanising change.

During Eradication of Poverty Week (17-23 October, 2022), our timely film will be launched in London on Tuesday 18th October at Resource for London.

Screenings will be held at:
Pop Recs in Sunderland on Thursday 20th October and
Midlands Arts Centre in Birmingham on Saturday 22nd October.

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Migration Matters Festival

Every third week in June during ‘Refugee Week’ in the UK, the Migration Matters Festival, returns to Sheffield. It’s an international arts festival celebrating the contributions of migrants & refugees who have come to Sheffield.

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Great news from Nottingham!

Abi Rhodes, our wonderful Economic (In)Justice Project coordinator, has been successful in her application for a 6-month Fellowship with the University of Nottingham.

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Continuing our partnership work with the Communication Workers Union

On May 18th Journey to Justice met the National Executive of the CWU at their headquarters in Wimbledon, London. We were delighted to be invited to present our Economic (In)Justice resources, with a focus on ‘community-based action for change’.

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Journey to Justice and the University of Leicester – our partnership grows

JtoJ is delighted to be working with Professor George Lewis at the University of Leicester in order to find a permanent venue for our civil rights exhibition. After five years touring to 15 communities in England, seen by over 180,000 people, we can’t wait to see it installed in a new home in Leicester.

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