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No one is a burden 

Your dignity and worth are non-negotiable

Caring for ourselves and each other when the State tells us that we don’t matter is a radical act. We hope you find these resources useful.


Healing Justice Ldn Aftercare Menu

This resource offers some approaches to care for yourself in the way you might need following engaging with the timeline.

Grief toolkit

Embodiment tools and rituals to support grief work in community by The Global Diversity Foundation.

HJL Protest Regulating and Support: We Keep the Fire, They Can’t Burn Us Out

A resource to aid with ‘ replenishing ourselves to stay in the struggle for liberation and to show up in solidarity as our best selves’ by Healing Justice London.

HJL’s Resource Library

A freely accessible library of Healing Justice London’s past events, research and facilitation resources, to support in building analysis and capacity.

Liberation Through the Lens of Disability Justice

Part of Healing Justice London’s resource library, ‘Liberation Through the Lens of Disability Justice’ was a conversation between Mia Mingus, the Triple Cripples and Farzana Khan- where they discussed disability justice and its relationship to liberation practice through their respective work.

Life Affirming infrastructures

Part of Healing Justice London’s resource library, ‘Life Affirming Infrastructures’ was a public conversation organised in collaboration with Kin Structures and RESOLVE Collective.

Resilience toolkit

Part of Healing Justice London’s resource library, the Resilience Toolkit is a system for reducing stress and growing resilience in individuals, organizations, and communities so they can envision, create, and implement positive change.

Disability News Service

Details for some of the organisations that can provide free advice and support to disabled people, on issues such as benefits, housing, independent living, and how to become involved in disability rights campaigning and activism.

DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts)

Tons of resources, including a list of local DPAC groups.