SARF aims to provide a deeper understanding of the different dimensions of social injustice and create new ways to move towards a more equitable society.

SARF evidence how communities are marginalised from social, political and economic life and works in collaboration with different communities and organisations to explore alternative approaches.

We also aim to address the stigmatisation of marginalised communities. Negative stereotypes that individualise blame for poverty undermine a consensus on the need to eradicate poverty. At the same time this stigma de-values the experiences of people in poverty and often neglects important perspectives that can help to make better policy.

This all leads to unequal participation, which means that many people are marginalised from policy decisions. SARF aims to transform this and change how policy and politics is done.