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Burning Work

Rethinking Community Development

The Burning Work project aims to rethink community development through an intergenerational collaboration between Windrush Defenders Legal C.I.C, Channels Research Group and multiple collaborators based within, between and beyond the borders of the United Kingdom (UK). This work involves techniques of archiving, investigation, design and the construction of alternative public forums, as spaces to interpret and contest the post-colonial architecture of UK immigration law enforcement, the racialised enclosure of the UK Criminal Justice System, and disparities recursively evidenced in the data infrastructure of socio-economic formations.

Project Burning Work
Themes Criminal Justice, Education, Work, Health, Community Infrastructure
Techniques Community Testimony, Legal Process, Archive, Media, Forum, Data, Design
Principal Investigators Windrush Defenders Legal C.I.C
Channels Research Group
Commissioned by Cooperatively-Initiated
Participating Organisations Windrush Defenders Legal C.I.C, Louise da Cocodia Education Trust, Arawak Housing Association, West Indian Sports and Social Club, Caribbean and African Health Network, Black and Asian Police Association
Support The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, Lancaster Co-housing Community, Manchester Met University
Paris

Criminal Justice

New York

Education

Paris

Work

New York

Art

Paris

Health

San Francisco

Community

Audio Disproportionality Location Video Racial Disparity Support Organisations Timeline Glossary Consultants Report Greater Manchester Design Photographs Data