Jioji Ravulo, Katarzyna Olcoń, Tinashe Dune, et al. | Springer Singapore, 2023 | Book

Handbook of Critical Whiteness: Deconstructing Dominant Discourses Across Disciplines

This handbook is a collection of chapters that explores how the concept of critical whiteness pervades the way we view the world. This includes exploring different disciplines and professions and how they may uphold and perform approaches that deter the meaningful inclusion of diversity.

Jioji Ravulo | The Routledge International Handbook of Indigenous Resilience
Routledge, 2021 | Book

“Exploring the role of sexuality and identity across the Pacific”

This chapter explores the history of sexuality across Indigenous Pacific communities and how such expressions were fluid prior to colonization. An encouragement to Pacific people and beyond to embrace and learn from such histories is examined and encouraged.

Jioji Ravulo | Working with Families Experiencing Vulnerability
Cambridge University Press, 2023 | Book

“Understanding young people”

Applying an intersectional perspective, this chapter encourages us to view youth development as an experience where people start to understand their intersecting identifiers that make up who they are. There is a need to ensure the education, legal, health and welfare systems and structures are also intersectional in their approach and engagement with young people.

Kimberlé Crenshaw | TED, 2016 | Watch

“The urgency of intersectionality”

In this foundational talk by Kimberlé Crenshaw, areas of prejudice and social injustice that occur as a result of gender and race is explored. There is an underlying need to understand the role of intersecting identities and perspectives to promote socially fair and just responses and outcomes.

Oren Ginzburg, narrated by David Mitchell | Survival International, 2014 | Watch

“There You Go!”

Western development is based on the notion that “under developed” countries need help from “developed” countries like the USA, UK and Australia. In this short video, Survival International challenges this notion and provides a thought-provoking view on re-shifting our view on humanitarian aid and development.

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