What is justice? What does it look and feel like? In a world labouring to birth new worlds, on what grounds does our justice-making sprout? In this 1.5-2 hour workshop we will explore in an embodied way various forms of justice that we have (not) experienced to understand what underpins them, and together move towards building an understanding of regenerative justice. We will work with the body, feeling, envisioning, writing and conversation in small group and large group discussion in this exploration and consider how to apply regenerative justice as a practice, to what’s alive in our contexts and our work on various environmental issues.
When: Thursday 2nd July at 4pm London time (BST) || 6pm Nairobi time (EAT)
This interactive workshop, developed for GEN Members and GESA 2021 Shortlisted Candidates, is part of the GEN In Conversation Series, a four-month online programme of talks and interactive workshops designed for the curious mind. From June through to September 2020, we are bringing together activists, academics, community practitioners, artists, writers, dancers and researchers to share their insights and lived experiences from Regenerative Justice, land rights and colonisation; to Food Sovereignty, Agroecology, Alternative Economics and the Conservation Revolution: with much more in between!