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Journey to Justice: Autumn 2019

Welcome to the latest JtoJ newsletter. It's difficult to choose which of our national projects, events and news to tell you about, there are so many and we are developing new partnerships all the time.

We hope you enjoy the five items chosen for you and that you will browse our revised and updated website thanks to Vanishing Point Creative. A massive thanks too, as always, to our volunteers, trustees, advisers and patrons who make it all happen.

Injustice Economic (In)justice project
Our new project will focus on what we can do about economic injustice. With increasing poverty and the widening wealth gap in this country we decided – after consultation with members, friends and partners, that this project should focus on economic justice in the UK. Read more and join us!
Legacy Sheffield JtoJ Legacy
Sheffield's JtoJ exhibition Voices4Equality ran successfully in June 2016 and made its mark on the city. Since then, Mark Hutchinson, JtoJ trustee/Sheffield Co-ordinator has organised events and partnerships in the community and at High Storrs School. For details of the walks, talks and arts and history projects, see here.
Exhibition The JtoJ travelling exhibition
Since our last e-newsletter 155,000 people have visited the JtoJ civil rights travelling exhibition in Liverpool, Islington and Brent As always, responses to the stories we tell and events local teams run, have been tremendous. You can see the exhibition at the Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester until October 27th.
Training Training events
In addition to our exhibition programme JtoJ runs projects in partnership and delivers training in school and community settings. We use powerful less told stories of courage shown by children, women and men for social justice. For examples and to see our training programmes and open source materials.
International International links
JtoJ has supporters in Venezuela, India, Italy, Cameroon, Portugal, Germany and the USA where Carrie Supple, JtoJ director went to meet some of the people whose stories we tell in our exhibition. This summer she was in Hungary meeting human rights activists challenging threats to freedom there
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