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Movement Medicine: Addressing the Ruptures

Wednesday, 23 November
11:00 am
- 12:30 pm GMT

About the event


2 sessions exploring how to hold difficult conversations and address harm with Project Tallawah and Level Up

Dates

  • Wednesday, 16th November, 11AM-12:30PM GMT
  • Wednesday, 23rd November, 11AM-12:30PM GMT

Important: Please only register if you plan to attend/are available for all dates listed.

Info

2 sessions exploring how to hold difficult conversations and address harm with Project Tallawah and Level Up

‘Addressing the Ruptures’ with Project Tallawah and Level Up will explore how these organisations hold difficult conversations and address harm internally. These workshops will make space for attendees to engage in and process their own difficult conversations, while being present to the feelings that arise for them in the moment.

Accessibility

These sessions will be online with closed captioning available. If there are any access needs you’d like us to consider, please email info@healingjusticeldn.org.

About the Facilitators

Project Tallawah

Project Tallawah is an emerging Black Feminist resourcing and community initiative based in the UK. Their journey began in late 2019, when a group came together to dream about what a ‘fund’ that is by us, for us, and with us…could be. Project Tallawah is led by and for Black/Global Majority women (BGM) who have been minoritised in the geopolitical North i.e. women who are defined in the UK policy context as Black and minority ethnic (BME) or who may also choose to define as Women of Colour (WOC).

Level Up

Level Up envisions a world where people of all genders are loved and liberated from bodily and systemic violence. They are a feminist community campaigning for gender justice in the UK. They create digital tools and campaigns that interrupt cultural moments to fight for gender justice – like flying a plane banner over a football match to break the silence around rape in sports, pushing ITV to drop plastic surgery adverts from Love Island and producing the UK’s first media guidelines on reporting domestic abuse deaths.

Level Up are working towards a world where people of all genders are loved and liberated from bodily and systemic violence. They do this in their campaign coalitions, and through gathering with community like their monthly workshops on bystander intervention and intervening in police violence. Their movement includes feminists from a range of backgrounds and all genders, centering the voices and liberation of people who experience gender injustice: women, gender-nonconforming and trans people.