KEI TE MURA O TE AHI
MARATHON FOR RACIAL JUSTICE 22 MARCH, 2024
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IN THE AREAS OF RACISM, ANTI-RACISM,
DECOLONISATION AND INDIGINISATION
It has never been easier for us to organise globally for racial justice. Te Tiriti-Based Futures: Anti-Racism 2024 is an open-access, online, anti-racism gathering originating in Aotearoa to mark International Race Relations Day.
We invite current tertiary students and recent graduates (in the last five years) to submit an abstract for this event. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed and selected authors will be invited to present live on Friday 22nd March 2024. With the permission of authors, presentations will be recorded and posted on the YouTube channel of Te Tiriti-Based Futures: Anti-Racism as open access, educational resource.
Each speaker will be allocated to a particular hour – depending on their time-zone – shared with three others. Each will have seven minutes to present. Once presentations finish, virtual break-out rooms will be opened for the remainder of the hour to allow the audience to engage with speakers.
Presentations will be in Pechakucha* format and can be in any language, but we ask that abstracts be submitted in English (plus the presenting language). Technical support will be available on the day for all speakers.
submissions close 31 January 2024
For further information contact Ngaire.Rae@outlook.com
Watch the 2022 speakers on the PechaKucha website
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A pechakucha* presentation is a powerful and effective way of sharing stories, research and inspiration. Presenters have 20 slides with 20 seconds of commentary per slide. The entire presentation takes seven minutes.
* Japanese for ‘chitchat’