Lecture and Workshop Series: “How to decolonize the university? Reflections and practices at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences”
Stephanie Collingwoode Williams is an anthropologist, social worker, trainer, consultant and activist. She is an expert in anti-racism, intersectionality, climate justice, feminism, queerness and biraciality. Stephanie was raised in Ghana, and has studied in the Netherlands and Belgium, where she has been involved with various climate-justice and anti-racist movements, such as Code Rood and Kick-Out Zwarte Piet. Over the years she has participated in actions against the glorification of Belgium’s colonial history. More recently, she was active as spokesperson for the Belgian Network For Black Lives, which organized Black Lives Matter marches in Belgium (2020). Stephanie is also a curator of a decolonial festival (SOKL), speaker and volunteer for Black History Month Belgium and other collectives. She enjoys writing, exchanging thoughts on a multitude of issues and working on community.
October 28 (19:30-21:00) – Public Lecture – Campus Ufo: Technicum Aud D
October 29 (10:00-12:00) – Workshop – Campus Ufo: Technicum Room 2.11
Attendance is free, but registration is required: