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Watch our panel ‘Abolition and Mental Health: Re-imagining and Building Alternatives’

On 29th November as part of the NSUN Members Event, we were joined by Jerome Sewell,...
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CLOSED: We’re looking for freelance facilitators for our Peer Networking Support Space

(THIS IS NOW CLOSED TO APPLICATIONS, WE MAY OPEN THIS OPPORTUNITY AGAIN LATER IN THE...
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Synergi Grantee Blog Series – The Ad’iyah Collective

by Synergi Communities and Grants Coordinator, Alaina Heath In January 2023, we launched our first...
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Synergi statement: On the Genocide in Gaza and the British Government to calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

Whilst the UN have called for a ceasefire, which is not legally binding, this is...
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‘Swimming Against the Tide: Navigating your way through dominant cultures’

Jessica Pons (Synergi Project Manager) was asked to present Synergi at the ‘Love, Patience and...
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Book Review – Black Disability Politics

By Micha Frazer-Carroll Mainstream understandings of disability are seeped in whiteness. Charity and media representations...
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CLOSED. We are recruiting for a Synergi Grants Manager

Contract: funded until September 2025 Salary: £30,076 per year for a 28 hours working week (FTE £37,595) Hours: 4 days...
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Callouts for Short Creative Pieces on Abolition at the intersection of Mental Health & Racial Justice

As part of our ‘Community Responses to Mental Health’ workstream, we are looking to commission...
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Coming Home To Our Bodies Is An Act of Love (and that is a form of resistance)

by Synergi Community Wellbeing Facilitator, Dilhani Wijeyesekera A community call toward rest as a form of...
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Synergi’s First Grants Programme

In January 2023, we opened our Small Grants Fund, welcoming applications from groups led by...