Embodied grief practices for supporting environmental advocacy and transformative justice
During the Research and Development (R&D) phase, which began in February 2020, Camille has been writing regular journal entries sharing insights and reflections from the research, as well as her own lived experience during the turbulent times of COVID-19 and recent Black Lives Matter actions/campaign.
In June 2021, GEN will be hosting a 6-day residential retreat, exploring how embodied grief practices can support environmental advocacy and transformative justice in the UK context. The retreat will prioritise people with recent ancestral histories of migration or colonisation and will be an opportunity to put into practice the toolkit research. Full details, including how to apply, here. Deadline for applications: 6th January 2021.
The Weaving Grief, the Body and Transformative Justice Toolkit will be made available upon request following the retreat.