ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE
In December 2020 for 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, The Rights Collective hosted a series of conversations along the theme of ‘Another World is Possible’. We sought to explore and imagine possibilities for our future beyond the current interlocking systems of oppression in which we live.
We are ever grateful for Black, working class and Dalit radical thought and critical enquiry, especially by women, which leads the way in imagining and building a better future. We hope these conversations will allow us some space to also imagine our role, as South Asians in the diaspora, in creating the liberated world we want to see. Watch the recordings here.
HEALING & THE SOUTH ASIAN DIASPORA
ABOLITION & JUSTICE IN THE SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY
SOUTH ASIAN DIASPORIC ORGANISING
ON THE FRONTLINES: WITH NHS PROFESSIONALS
Listen to Dr. Mathi, Dr. Niro, and Pharmacist Yasmin Sultan about their experiences on the frontlines battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
FORGOTTEN HISTORIES: PARTITION REMEMBERED PART I
Explore the topic of independence and partition within South Asia, looking specifically at the gendered impact of partition and the various roles women played in the movement with Dr. Eleanor Newbigin and Dr. Fatima Rajina.
FORGOTTEN HISTORIES: PARTITION REMEMBERED PART II
Explore part II of the topic of independence and partition with Amrit Wilson, Dr. Samia Khatun and Syma Tariq.
CASTE IN THE DIASPORA
Learn about caste in the U.K. context and how it operates among the wider diaspora with Santosh Dass MBE, Jyotsna Siddharth and Meena Varma with chair Varun Khanna.