Justice-Doing at the Intersections of Power: Vikki Reynolds & Jill Faulkner

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Justice-Doing at the Intersections of Power: Vikki Reynolds & Jill Faulkner

Vikki and Jill will offer an ethic of Justice-Doing as a frame for our collective community work and therapy.

By Jill Faulkner

When and where

Date and time

Fri, 6 Oct 2023 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM AEDT


Collingwood Library Community Meeting Room 11 Stanton Street Abbotsford, VIC 3067 Australia

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About this event

  • 7 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

How do we position ourselves in useful and meaningful ways with a spirit of Justice-Doing and shouldered up in solidarity with folx who share our collective ethics? How do we hold onto and engender a believed-in-hope amidst structural abandonment and necropolitics people are suffering from? This work is informed by an intention for de-colonizing and justice-doing practice. We will consider the intersections, tensions and affinities between community work practice and social justice activism while working in contexts of oppression and suffering, and weave our collective resistance to oppression and structural abandonment together with social movements.We will be invited to reflect on our own stances for ethical practice, and puzzle our intentions of “walking our talk”, opening up our collective work to a hopeful skepticism that questions the ethics alive in our practice

  • Working towards a decolonizing and justice-doing ethical stance
  • Enacting our collective ethics for justice-doing amidst Necropolitics & Structural Abandonment
  • Engage Witnessing stance, resisting objectivity & neutrality
  • Fostering Sustainability & Collective Care
  • Leaning In in imperfect solidarity with cultures of accountability

Vikki Reynolds is an activist/therapist and a white settler on the unceded territories of the xwmǝƟkwǝỳǝm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Seĺílwǝta?/ Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. Articles & speaks free at www.vikkireynolds.ca

Jill Faulkner is a grassroots worker, supervisor, and social justice storyteller deeply committed to solidarity with folx, communities, and workers responding to the harms of interpersonal, structural, and systemic violence.

$200 plus Eventbrite fees

Participants to access local cafes for coffee and lunch.

Scholarships available Contact Organizer: jill.faulkner@outlook.com.au

10% of proceeds to go to Beyond Bricks and Bars: building relationships with, and providing direct support to trans and gender diverse people who are incarcerated in Victoria

About the organiser

Organised by
Jill Faulkner