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From talk to transformation – Report

How governments can really ‘shift the power’ towards global justice

This work, from the 200 strong membership of Scotland’s International Development Alliance (SIDA), explores the idea of ‘shifting the power’ to achieve global justice. It provides a powerful vision for transformative change based on four intersecting approaches of inclusivity, feminism, anti-racism and decolonisation, and calls on politicians to rethink how the UK engages globally. It argues that investing in transformative change at the global level and in the ‘how’ of relationships with countries in the Global South will positively contribute to justice at home and abroad. 

The project was led by SIDA’s policy committee, and Kate Nevens and Iffat Shahnaz from the intersectional feminist facilitation and research consultancy, the collective undertook this important work. 

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