Wednesday, 7 June
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm BST
About the event
We spend our lives navigating oppressive infrastructures like welfare and hostile urban space. How do we build systems that are conducive to life, dignity, safety & joy?
In a public conversation organised by Healing Justice London and Kin Structures, in collaboration with RESOLVE Collective, we will hear from individuals and organisations who are currently visioning and building radical infrastructures across London and beyond.
The panel, which will include Amahra Spence from MAIA and Imandeep Kaur from Civic Square, Arman Nouri from Kin Structures, Farzana Khan from Healing Justice Ldn and Akil Scafe-Smith from RESOLVE Collective, will demonstrate that alternative models, methodologies and practices are not abstract dreams, but material realities already being practised in pockets across the UK. These present-day experiments give us a glimpse into practical possibilities; they are ‘rehearsals’ for the liberated and flourishing futures that we would like to see.
Location: Barbican Centre, Auditorium 1, Level 4. Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS London.
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Please take a COVID test before visiting the Barbican and avoid attending if symptomatic. Masks will be available at the venue.
We will be taking a comfort break during the session.
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