Our in-person retreats bring together small groups of people to practice and refine tools and resources shared in our toolkits.

In June 2021 we organised a retreat on Weaving Grief, the Body and Transformative Justice in Kent (UK) to pilot and refine the associated toolkit.

Weaving Grief, the Body & Transformative Justice

The Global Environments Network – in collaboration with Camille Barton (The Collective Liberation Project) and Farzana Khan (Healing Justice London) hosted a 6-day residential retreat, exploring how embodied grief practices can support environmental advocacy and transformative justice in the UK context. The retreat prioritised people with recent ancestral histories of migration or colonisation and was an opportunity to put into practice the Weaving Grief, the Body and Transformative Justice Toolkit research led by Camille, in collaboration with GEN Director, Nessie Reid.

Please see a post about the event here.