Challenging Criminalisation Globally:
Un-Policing Identity, Morality, Sexuality and Bodily Autonomy.

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Accountability International began the Challenging Criminalisation Globally Project as a way to catalyse cross-movement involvement in rethinking and re-strategising around how a larger variety of stakeholders can challenge criminalisation collectively, with a particular focus on communities and civil society from the global South.

Updates

July 2018: CCG Pre-conference

We hosted the 2nd CCG Preconference! Demanding Transparency, Dialogue and Action! An inter-disciplinary and intersectional initiative on un-policing identity, morality, sexuality and bodily autonomy, in July 22, 2018 at the NEMO Science Museum, Amsterdam. Click here for the programme and bios of the speakers.

Accountability International began the Challenging Criminalisation Globally Project as a way to catalyse cross-movement involvement in rethinking and re-strategising around how a larger variety of stakeholders can challenge criminalisation collectively, with a particular focus on communities and civil society from the global South.

In April 2018 AI held an Inter-disciplinary and intersectional dialogue on un-Policing identity, morality, sexuality and bodily autonomy, in partnership with CREA, the Global Health Justice Partnership, Yale University in New Haven, USA.

For more information please read the concept note: AAI CREA GHJP CCG Meeting Concept Note and a draft programme: AI CREA GHJP CCG Programme 17-18 April 2018

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