As people shift, oppressive systems and structures will be dismantled, allowing us to collectively create new ways of being with care, radical kindness and social justice.

We are guided in our mission by the belief that dismantling gender-based oppression, nurturing feminist leadership and prioritising mental health will lead to radically kinder people, communities and organisations and foster communities of care. We believe the intersection of knowledge and capacity building, nurturing safe spaces, advocacy, feminist mental health and legal services and youth engagement leads to social change.

 

Knowledge

We undertake research, training, and the development of learning tools, products and experiences for building knowledge and capacity on issues of social justice.

Communities

We nurture transformative safe spaces that promote dialogue and healing towards fostering communities of care.

Advocacy

We undertake community organising and advocacy on issues of gender, mental health and leadership towards challenging and transforming systemic inequities.

Fellowship

We provide a unique leadership journey rooted in feminist leadership values and practices for building and supporting young leaders in the social sector through intensive learning modules, coaching, action projects and more.

FemJustice Centre *

FemJustice Centre is a space where the process of seeking justice can be a transformative tool to combat gender-based crimes, while also recognising the survivor-client s agency, lived reality and desires for justice. The Centre works to improve existing systems and create new alternative pathways so that survivors can access justice that is healing and empowering.

Queer Rights Centre *

Queer Rights Centre is a space for supporting young queer leadership while recognising agency, lived experiences and building a supportive personal and systemic environment to enable and accelerate their leadership journeys.

* The FemJustice Centre and the Queer Resource Centre are set up at the intersection of our pathways to change to provide a comprehensive approach to specific issues that need urgent attention.

OFC Team, I haven't had a chance to meet with you lately but I hear of the work you're doing through social media and it is so refreshing to see such much needed work being produced with sensitivity and intellectual honesty. Very invigorating to know a team of youth banded together producing such superior work. Recently heard of the nomination for the Agami prize. Truly well deserved and rooting for you folks. Much love from afar. Taniya D’Silva, Engagement Manager, Sattva.

Cannot recommend the Gender Sensitisation and Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws at the Workplace course enough. 4 reasons: 1. Brilliant facilitators (as a bonus, you pick up tips on the art of facilitation too); 2. Not theoretical. Highly solutions focused. Equips you with tools you can implement in your workspace. 3. OFC is intentional in ensuring that their sessions are a safe space. 4. Conceptual and definitional clarity. Do yourself a favour and sign up for this course! PS: there is a fifth reason too ... the most important one - no text heavy PPTs! [name withheld], Mental Health Counsellor.

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Queer Infocus | July 2020

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Queer Infocus | July 2020

by Harshil Shah

The Beginning, Middle and End: A Tryst with Depression

by One Future Collective