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Decolonial Practices Group

The Decolonial Practices Group are a group based primarily at the Rachel Carson Center, comprising of academics at various stages in their careers, including PhD and master's students. Their focus extends beyond the theoretical realms to actively engage in decolonization efforts through praxis-oriented approaches. They are united by their commitment against all forms of oppression and strive to be more than just a discussion forum; the group's goal is to actively organize, motivate, and engage in meaningful actions. They facilitate and participate in various initiatives that promote the process of decolonisation. The Decolonial Practices Group is a space where theory meets action, driving tangible change, and fostering a deeper understanding of decolonial practices.

Offical website: decolonialpractices.org

For further information, please contact Nakul Heroor (nakul.heroor@rcc.lmu.de).

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