UNPACKED: Introducing Kennedy Walker

Introducing UNPACKED graduate, Kennedy. Read to find out more about his experience in educating for social change and how you can get in touch with him.

How did you start/become interested in educating for social change?

Through organising and looking at my own journey of learning and transformation. I became interested in how we can embed learning/educational practices in our organising spaces. I became into activism through grassroots organising in London and I organised on issues such as trade justice, community land ownership, migration, and climate.

What are your top 3 strengths as an educator?
Being prepared, holding conflict, one on one coaching.
What’s next for you in your educating/movement/organising etc. work?
Designing and implementing a community-led food system in Tower Hamlets with groups, organisations and individuals in the borough.
What else might people want to know about you or what you do?

 In 2017, I founded co-founded activist and organiser network, KIN. Currently, I am Lead Campaigner and Researcher at the climate justice charity, Platform. I have a passion for exploring the different ways collective and community power can be unlocked through community wealth building and ownership models.

How can people get in touch with you?
Email: [email protected]
Twitter and Instagram: @kennedysrwalker

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