Closing Keynote: Farzana Khan

1st December, 16.45-17.15

Farzana Khan (she/her)

Farzana (she/her) is the Executive Director and Co-founder of Healing Justice Ldn. Her practice works on building community health, repair and self-transformation rooted in disability justice, survivor work and trauma-informed practice working with communities of colour and other marginalised and underrepresented groups. Farzana has over 10 years of background in Youth and Community work particularly focused on arts-based education projects both in the UK and internationally. Farzana is the former creative and strategic director at Voices that Shake, bringing together young people, artists and campaigners to develop creative responses to social injustice. She ran this working at Platform London, a climate and social justice organisation working across arts, education, research and activism. 

Farzana is a Fellow at the International Curatorial Forum. Farzana’s recent curatorial practice/art includes launching the Black Cultural Black Activism Map with the Stuart Hall Foundation and All Water Has Perfect Memory, writing on climate and gender justice and generational trauma & memory.

In her keynote talk, Farzana will be talking about:

• The role of transformative justice and trauma informed practice have in politicising and democratising our health provisions
• Grief work as part of national recovery that centres and uplifts marginalised people
• What could libertory/liberation-centred health look like?

  • This session will have British Sign Language interpretation and closed captions. There will not be any presentations/slides used.
  • There are 100 spaces for this Zoom meeting, so please do cancel (using the link on the email sent to you after signing up) if you can no longer make the session. If the session is full, please email to be added to a waiting list (with the name of the session in the subject).
  • This event will also be livestreamed at the following link with no registration required. Click here to watch the livestream.