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Doing liberatory research

8th May @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Join us for a two hour writing and research workshop led by writer, community organiser and award-winning arts educator Farzana Khan (full bio below). The workshop will be run on Zoom on Friday 8th May, 11am-1pm (UK time). 

The workshop is aimed at researchers with an interest in anti-racist and intersectional practice – including work which involves breaking barriers between ‘researchers’ and the ‘researched’ by engaging in co-creation/co-writing with partners such as young people and members of marginalised groups. It will explore how to go about data-collection, write-up, and research dissemination in a way which aims to decolonise practice and challenge varying forms of exclusion and inequality.

The workshop is open to postgraduate students from KCL, Queen Mary and Imperial but numbers are limited due to the online format of the event. Please email me on freya.aquarone@kcl.ac.uk as soon as possible to reserve a place and receive the Zoom link.

Farzana Khan is a writer, director, cultural producer and award-winning arts educator. She is the co-founder and Director of Healing Justice London, building community repair and self-transformation models based on non-eurocentric methods for communities of colour. Farzana has over 10 years of background in Youth and Community work particularly focused on arts-based education projects both in the UK and internationally. Her academic focus has been on radical and transformative education through creativity.  Farzana was the creative and strategic director at Voices that Shake, a project that brings together young people artists and campaigners to develop creative responses to social injustice. Farzana is a Fellow at the International Curatorial Forum. Currently, with the Stuart Hall Foundation, she is mapping cultural resistance in the UK with launching and curating the Black Cultural Black Activism Map. Her areas of work and writing focus on gender, racial justice and self and social transformation to interrupt cycles of harm and violence in service of community repair and self-healing. Farzana is a trustee at the Racial Justice Network.