Senior Research Fellow in Participatory Practice, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
“Spirituality is deeply anti-systemic”: An interview with Indigenous Thinker Antonio Gonzalez from the Aj Mayon Collective in Guatemala
Many people are now realizing that they cannot move forward without us. And indigenous peoples are saying: “you are not going to talk on our behalf, nor about us, anymore”.
December 8, 2022
“Spirituality has been a common glue”: An interview with La Via Campesina’s Paul Nicholson
What roles does spirituality play in food sovereignty struggles? To what extent do spirituality and religion support or impede movement building?
January 7, 2022
Decolonising the Curriculum? Reflecting on Possibilities and Contradictions at the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
History matters. Black History Matters and it shapes the present and the future. That is one of the primary premises of the movement to ‘decolonise the curriculum’.
November 19, 2020
Research and Creativity: Making a Play about Food Poverty in the UK
But what is the human story behind these injustices? How can we raise consciousness and create change? In other words, how does one communicate this information in a meaningful and impactful way?
March 21, 2019