Collective care

Collective care refers to the ongoing revision of strategies, policies, practices, and organizational and social justice movement cultures that promote care and help prevent burnout, movement ruptures, interpersonal and interorganizational conflicts and isolation. This includes attention to mental health and well being. Collective care also includes awareness of and strategies to disrupt the ways in which power and the internalization of different forms of oppression, such as racism, patriarchy, ableism, classism, and LGBTQI phobia affect individuals, organizations, and movements.