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Research Collaboratory

Transnational action research between academics and social justice movements around FCRJ’s interconnected fields of inquiry. Our goal is to co-create research methodologies and outcomes that cultivate racially just worlds.

Call for Transnational Research Project Proposals

Convocatoria de Propuestas para Proyectos de Investigación Transnacionales

Movement Building Schools

Immersive movement focussed schools. Run over five days, these schools combine strategic approaches emerging from social justice movements and draw on transnational research collaboration outcomes. Our goal is to co-create a reflexive space to strengthen movement building and research.

JASS and FCRJ Joint Movement Builders School

Mexico, 2023

Doctoral Fellowships

Split-site doctoral fellowships focusing on FCRJ’s interconnected fields of inquiry. Our goal is to build a cadre of researchers developing innovative research.

PhD Studentship in the Feminist Centre for Racial Justice College of Law, Anthropology and Politics

Deadline: 29th February, 2024

Makere University School of Women and Gender Studies

Partnership with Makerere University's School of Women and Gender Studies

The Feminist Centre for Racial Justice announces a new partnership with Makerere University's School of Women and Gender Studies. The partnership involves two fully funded split-site PhD studentships located at Makerere University with a term spent at SOAS University of London. The successful candidate will carry out an independent project under the direction of supervisors at both Makerere University and the Feminist Centre for Racial Justice academics at SOAS University of London. Details on the partnership and scholarship call will be announced soon.

PhD Studentship Document

Innovation Incubator

Transnational intellectual and social justice interventions designed to shape and influence narratives, transform power and impact policy makers.

Call for Activist-in-Residence

Deadline: 15th December, 2023

Worldmaking Beyond SOAS

Unlocking a racially just world. Collaborative work catalysing community and imagination.

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