The Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice Edited Collection was launched on 1 March 2016. All contributors attended the Symposium ‘Sexuality and Social Justice: What’s Law Got to Do with It?’ in March 2015.
As the contributions in this Collection show, the law is often an imperfect tool for achieving meaningful justice. Yet it is in these important and complex conversations that the scope for future action becomes tangible. In exploring different processes by which activists and other actors have worked for change, in interrogating what we mean when we talk about ‘solidarity’, and in questioning the usefulness and place of law, a picture of a complex but vibrant field of action for sexuality and gender justice begins to emerge.
This Storify records some of the activity around the Collection's launch: both online and offline.