The Collective Liberation Project creates positive change by teaching people about oppression, racism and sexism, and how to dismantle it within themselves and their communities. This knowledge provides people with a toolkit to understand and interpret interactions that reproduce oppression. We believe that racism and sexism are systemic issues that we are taught to reproduce as individuals in our daily behaviour, thoughts and interactions. These behaviours are deeply rooted in our emotions therefore, it is important to acknowledge the feelings that arise when we think about oppression, how it relates to our lives and how to create a society free from it.
We use a range of tools including peer counselling, restorative justice circles and experiential exercises to explore how oppression functions, how we participate in it and how we can transform that behaviour, starting with ourselves. The Collective Liberation Project provides strategies for self directed learning and tools that can be used in daily life to create a just and equitable world, one community at a time.
What we offer
- Experiential Workshops
- Support creating diverse & inclusive community/work spaces