Decolonising Economics are exploring “economics from the margins”. This session is for anyone who, like us, has a penchant for colonial history, and how that history has been central to shaping our modern economy. Our special guests are some of the most exciting social justice organisers whose work explores racialisation, migration, ableism, class oppression and queerness. They’ll speak to how their lived and learn experience has informed their organising towards a just transition.
Nonhlanhla is an educator, creative, and new economics organizer.
We are a workers’ co-operative battling class stigma and marginalisation across the UK!
Last is the founder and CEO of Inini Initiative, a social enterprise that promotes community cohesion by supporting asylum seekers, refugees and migrants understand and navigate their new social terrain. Her role is to design culturally sensitive strategies specific to this group that minimise barriers to integration. Last holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in International Development Law and Human Rights both from the University of Warwick.