Savannah Wisdom is proud to announce our support to fund a new Social Justice Manager position with Manchester Museum.
The newly created role demonstrates the museum’s steadfast commitment to becoming more inclusive, caring, and imaginative. Many of the museum’s most local communities are socially fragmented, experience high levels of poor health and inequality, and are among those most heavily affected by the current and future impacts of the cost-of-living crisis. 11,000 children live in poverty within a two-mile radius of Manchester Museum. The museum’s ongoing work to embed social justice in its practices responds to this.
Shalni Arora stated ‘we are pleased to support this important role which will help bridge the inequalities we see in our local communities.’