These are organisations that Farzana has been part of developing, works or partnered with long-term

Healing Justice Collective began as a collaboration by Women of Colour living in London, committed to working towards repairing and rebalancing harms and violences by allowing and opening space for healing, reparation and reimagining by those affected. Healing Justice believe in community healing as resistance and take a heart centred approach to this work, honouring and integrating  indigenous, black, brown and spiritual traditions which remind that we build, create, understand, restore and cultivate profound intimacy. Working together on tools to help our communities undo harm, heal and regenerate, Healing Justice create workshops, trainings and skillshare for people in Black and Brown, working class and LGBTQI communities.

SHAKE! participants engage in dynamic workshops and skill-shares (creative writing and performance, film making, music production, zines, art and activism) and follow-up mentoring to pursue creative campaigning and events production. SHAKE! was initiated by Platform in 2010 and is a collaboration between ©Verse In Dialog and Liquorice Fish, together with a host of regular collaborators.

Platform combines art, activism, education and research in one organisation, enabling unique projects driven by the need for social and ecological justice. Platform’s current campaigns focus on the social, economic and environmental impacts of the global oil industry. Their pioneering education courses, exhibitions, art events and book projects promote radical new ideas that inspire change.

The International Curators Forum is a network that meets to discuss emerging issues of curatorial practice in the context of key events in the international arts calendar. It offers bursaries and professional development opportunities to curators and works in partnership with key national and international bodies.

We aim to provide financial support to organisations, community and grassroots groups that are working to redress the impact of COVID-19 and beyond on those who identify as POC (which includes other terms such as BAME, racialised people, black indigenous, people of colour BIPOC). We understand that many POC experience crisis on a daily basis and our commitment is to get money to the people who need it most.

previous or present partners include but not limited to