Members of DIN

 Membership

Decolonial International Network (DIN) is organized per country. Members are organizations and institutions that work on decolonizing society on different levels, such as knowledge production and distribution, advocacy and activism.

DIN stimulates organization in a country to join forces with other organizations and institutions in their country, share ideas and experiences, develop relations, built join projects and campaigns and create a space and atmosphere of sisterhood and brotherhood.

If your organization of institution wants to join DIN, send an email to DIN coordinator Sandew Hira: sandew.hira@iisr.nl. Hira will start the conversation on how to develop relations with other members of DIN.

Belgium: Bruxelles Panthères

BruxellesPanthersBruxelles Panthères fights against all forms of imperial domination, colonial and Zionist who founded the white supremacist internationally. We are working to build the political community of all those and all those who refuse the concealment of domination and oppression inscribed in the history and state institutions of Western countries. We affirm that no future is possible if we are not inspired by past and current resistance.

We must teach the objective of history so that new generations do not reproduce past crimes. Learning from the past to build a better future.

Our main objective is to converge within the same racist and decolonial dynamic, all resistance areas that will give the inhabitants of the popular districts of Brussels.

 “The panther was chosen as a symbol because it is a black and beautiful animal that does not attack but denies ferociously.” Black-Panther Liberation School, December 20 1969, San Fransico, California

Website: https://bruxelles-panthere.thefreecat.org/

Holland: International Institute for Scientific Research

Logo_nieuw_IISRThe International Institute for Scientific Research (IISR) in The Hague, Holland, is an institute that is devoted to exploring the colonizing and decolonizing of the mind.

IISR wants to build an academic infrastructure for researchers in and outside the academia to conduct and promote scientific research from the perspective of decolonizing the mind. Researchers outside the academia are often very critical of the research in the academia but lack the infrastructure to develop their projects. IISR wants to build such an infrastructure especially for these researchers.

IISR publishes a newsletter, organizes conferences, workshops and seminars. IISR has an arrangement with Amrit Publishers to publish a series titled Decolonizing The Mind edited by Sandew Hira (director of IISR) and Stephen Small (professor of the University of California Berkeley).

Website: http://www.iisr.nl/en/home/

Spain: Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogues

logo-dialogo-global-300x208Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogues is a non-profit and non-governmental organization promoting research, knowledge-making, education (through seminars, workshops, exhibits, round-tables discussions, publications and video-making) and public policy to invent and work towards non-competitive horizons of life, of socio-economic organization and international relations. The Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogues collaborates in the organizing and hosting of four independent summer programs in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Granada and Mexico City.

Website: http://www.dialogoglobal.com/

United Kingdom: Islamic Human Rights Commission

IHRClogoshortThe Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) was set up in 1997. IHRC is an independent, not-for-profit, campaign, research and advocacy organization based in London, UK. She have consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

IHRC work with different organizations from Muslim and non-Muslim backgrounds, to campaign for justice for all peoples regardless of their racial, confessional or political background.

The research work of IHRC includes submitting reports to governments and international organizations, writing articles, monitoring the media, cataloguing war crimes and producing research papers on hate crime, discrimination, the nature of human rights and so on.

Her work at the UN brings together different aspects from all of IHRC’s work.

The campaigns section produces alerts and works on short and long term campaigns, often including organizing vigils, letter writing campaigns, exhibitions etc.

Her advocacy involves referring and taking on discrimination cases and cases that she can offer real assistance on.

Website: http://www.ihrc.org.uk/