A Goldsmiths Anthropology/Strategic Research Fund workshop
'Profiling Inside Out' takes a closer look at racial profiling and the politics of Stop and Search in Italy and the UK. Developing resources and networks to fight racist policing practices in Italy, the project supports a long-term collaboration between activist groups in Ferrara, Italy (Occhio ai Media) and London, UK (Account Hackney). We are aiming to build a resource base, ways of gathering testimonials and to exchange knowledge on how to resist racist policing in the different national contexts.
Project website: https://www.progettoyaya.org/en/
In this workshop, we will discuss together with scholars, activists and community leaders, who are working against racism and racial profiling in the UK and Italy.
Occhio ai Media (https://www.occhioaimedia.org/)
Abdoul Rachid Camara
Account Hackney (https://www.accounthackney.org/)
Angelo Boccato (He/Him)
Freelance journalist focused on migration, diversity and social issues.
Martina Chen (they/them)
KLC Student Union VP Welfare and Community, Undisciplined Spaces programme researcher
Matteo Tiratelli (he/him)
UCL Social Research Institute
D.E.I. Futuro Antirazzista (@deifuturoantirazzista)
Alessia Reyna (she/her)
Nayomi Illansinhage Don (she/her)
Vivien Pizzini (they/them)
Somia Ftili (She/Her)
Dates & times
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|26 May 2023||4:00pm - 7:00pm|
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