SEE-ing is about exploring the lived experience of those who struggle for their humanity. It concerns how current social, economic and political structures continue to deprive people of their humanity and dignity, and how inequality persists despite varied efforts. At the See stage, space is created for participants to reflect on their realities, and to draw on a collective wealth of experience in exploring the challenges they face – as development practitioners, activists and communities – within changing contexts. By holding a mirror to what organisations do, they are able to critically review practices of solidarity with struggling communities. This enables one to identify and name the limitations that prevent the achievement of genuine solidarity and change.