Center for Intersectional Justice Releases 2017-2019 Narrative Report

2017-2019 Narrative Report.

Published by the Center for Intersectional Justice (CIJ).

Berlin, April 2020.

Read the full report here.

We are pleased to release the Center for Intersectional Justice’s 2017-2019 Narrative Report. We are grateful for the support of our donors and funders whose commitment to our mission enables our work. We also thank our community and partners who have worked alongside us to strengthen dialogue on intersectional policy in Europe. Some report highlights include:

  • The CIJ released six publications on intersectionality and discrimination in Europe;
  • The CIJ spoke at over fourty advocacy conferences, events and panels raising awareness on intersectional discrimination in Europe;
  • The CIJ engaged with key decision and policy-makers in European, French, German Spanish, Italian and international institutions, such as the UN and the OECD;
  • The CIJ network of associated experts continued to grow, with more academics, advocates and community members partnering with us to promote a paradigm shift in social, gender, racial, climate and disability justice movements in Europe.

The Center for Intersectional Justice is a Berlin-based non-profit organization founded in 2017. We engage in advocacy and policy-oriented research to make anti-discrimination and equality policy more inclusive and address structural inequalities more effectively in Europe. The CIJ seeks to influence the public discourse and impact on policy-making through direct advocacy, research and policy advice, as well as publications on issues related to intersectional discriminations based on race, gender, class and all other systems of oppression which sustain inequality.