BARC are an intersectional and anti-racist feminist collective. They believe that business and management studies consistently centres whiteness and Anglo-American capitalist ideologies that are inherently damaging and exploitative. In response they are working to create strategies and possibilities for alternative learning and working conditions. Intersectional anti-racist feminist collective. Practices include critical research and methodologies, arts-led interventions, inclusive workshopping and centring the marginalised in society. Their work is actively open-source to defy the commercialisation of decolonial knowledge and praxis.

Resources required:

  • A number of resources are available from the BARC website.

Available evidence of impact:

  • Numbers attending and potential feedback.
  • Numbers of Universities signing up to training.
  • Harness knowledge and approaches to contribute to curriculum conversations and actions at respective universities.

Links to available resources:

Implementation and potential challenges:

  • Contact BARC to facilitate session.
  • Engagement and resources in terms of staff and finance for consultancy.

How to Use:

  • Unfortunately there is no longer the opportunity to finance workshops within universities facilitated by BARC.
  • However the Workshop Guide can be used to run your own anti-racism workshops at your institution.


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