Lasting progressive social change happens best when we talk to each other. That’s why we’ve launched an Election Edition of Justice Is Served which will help us all get stuck into conversations about justice with people in our communities, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to make an informed decision in the 2020 Election on 17th October.
We don’t need to be experts on justice to know what good justice looks like, but we do all need to talk about justice to help change the conversation. Our step by step guide will help you have productive conversations about justice with anyone - young, old, and from anywhere on the political spectrum.
Join us for a final push toward a fairer and more compassionate justice system before the election. Scroll down to register, and then grab some snacks and some friends, find a comfortable place to sit for an hour or so, and let’s get talking!
Here’s what people have said about Justice Is Served:
“Justice is Served...provided a platform for people of different backgrounds to come together and discuss opinions, experiences and perspective which aren’t always the easiest to talk about, in a friendly and open forum” - Matt, Law student, attendee
“Justice is Served nimbly balanced between a warm, safe space for discussion, and a purposely uncomfortable challenge to address injustices in our society. We left with a sombre awareness of the enormity of the task ahead of us, but the reassurance of knowing where to start, and who we can turn to for support along the way” - Jordan, member of public, attendee