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For Us, By Us: Shake!’s legacy of political youth work

Annick Météfia and Haneen Hammou, co-producers of the upcoming Shake! Research report share their learnings from the experience of researching the impact of Shake!’s radical and political youth spaces in the last 10 years. They share their own journey and invite guests to question their relationship to their work, their audiences and to the sector, through language, identities and the structural politics of youth work.

About the speakers

About Annick

Annick Metefia is a youth worker and racial justice activist from France, based in London. She has worked for the Black activists network KIN at New Economy Organisers Network, and for several youth and community organisations, supporting young Black and brown people in developing a collective response to racism, police and State violence. As a member of Shake! family, she has performed poetry at events, run Shake!’s reading group, and co-produced Shake!’s upcoming 10-year legacy research report.

About Haneen

Haneen Hammou is Sudanese and grew up between home and the UK. She is a Shake!r pursuing work in the field to end migration detention in the UK and is currently Secondary Researcher for Shake!’s upcoming 10-year legacy report and Social Justice Researcher at Ten Years’ Time.


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July 28, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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