Event // Economics from the Margins

Noni hosted a panel at The World Transformed festival in 2021, featuring June Bellebono, the Class Work Project and Last Mafuba.

This session is for anyone who, like us, has a penchant for colonial history, and how that history has been central to shaping our modern economy.

Our special guests are some of the most exciting social justice organisers whose work explores racialisation, migration, ableism, class oppression and queerness.

Panellists included June Bellobono, the Class Work Project and Last Mafuba.

During the Economics from the Margins session, guests speak on how their lived and learn experience has informed their organising towards a Just Transition.

Event // Organising Jackson Rising Book Tour and BPOC Learning Exchange

In 2019, Noni and Guppi connected Kali Akuno with Stir To Action to support them in organising a learning exchange for new economy activists.

During the same trip, Guppi and Noni coordinated Decolonising Economics first evening event with Kali Akuno in conversation with Adotey Bing Pappoe from the Afrikan Credit Union. They also supported the family’s tour across the UK, building relationships with those organising for a solidarity economy rooted in racial justice. 

Cooperation Jackson UK Tour flyer.

Read more about the learning exchange on The Independent.