Trainings and Resources

On March 29, from 1-3 pm EST, R4FL hosted a training led by Dr. Michael Loadenthal, a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Cyber Strategy and Policy, within the School of Public and International Affairs, at the University of Cincinnati. He concurrently serves as the founder and Executive Director of the Prosecution Project, tracking cases of political violence in the US courts, and a Research Team Lead with Princeton University’s Bridging Divides Initiative, which mitigates localized political violence. Here’s the Facebook event

Settler Colonialism 101 with Chelsea Vowel

Investigative Research 101 with Tim Groves

Click here to access Tim’s powerpoint presentation.

Indigenous Research Resources

Co-presented by Indigenous Climate Action, this event featured Professor Deborah McGregor of the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project, and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. 

Learn about the rich, diverse, and dynamic world of Indigenous approaches to research and how they are contributing to the fight for climate and environmental justice across so-called Canada.

The training session was facilitated by Indigenous Climate Action’s Decolonizing Climate Policy research team.

Tax Strike Resources

Click below to download our report on tax strikes!

Movement-led Research Resources

Access to Information Resources