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How feminist art can rock CSW

Feminist artists have been invited to participate in a UN Women-organised festival at CSW 61 to produce films around the theme of “The Personal is Political.” What happens when artists enter spaces to which they are not traditionally invited?

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How feminist art can rock CSW

Feminist artists have been invited to participate in a UN Women-organised festival at CSW 61 to produce films around the theme of “The Personal is Political.” What happens when artists enter spaces to which they are not traditionally invited?

Source: AWID

How feminist art can rock CSW

Feminist artists have been invited to participate in a UN Women-organised festival at CSW 61 to produce films around the theme of “The Personal is Political.” What happens when artists enter spaces to which they are not traditionally invited?

Source: AWID

Why Defending Human Rights Is Women’s Work

Joye Braun recalls setting up her tipi in snow last April at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The camp founded by LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, a beloved elder Native woman, was named Iŋyaŋ Wakháŋagapi Othí, meaning Sacred Stone, which is the pre-Colonial name of the Cannonball River area.

Source: Yes Magazine

DIY Online security guide for every woman

Modern technology has made it increasingly easy for abusive partners to stalk, intimidate and threaten their targets both online and offline. The good news: you can take measures to protect yourself! Assess your risk and take back control with this guide of best practices.

There can never be political change without cultural change

As part of AWID's ongoing commitment to building creative cross-movement work, we are exploring multiple ways of working with and learning from artists and cultural makers from diverse social movements as a means of building solidarity, stimulating creative connections, and facilitating mutual learning.

Source: AWID

There can never be political change without cultural change

As part of AWID's ongoing commitment to building creative cross-movement work, we are exploring multiple ways of working with and learning from artists and cultural makers from diverse social movements as a means of building solidarity, stimulating creative connections, and facilitating mutual learning.

Source: AWID

There can never be political change without cultural change

As part of AWID's ongoing commitment to building creative cross-movement work, we are exploring multiple ways of working with and learning from artists and cultural makers from diverse social movements as a means of building solidarity, stimulating creative connections, and facilitating mutual learning.

Source: AWID

Imagining Feminist Futures Through Artivism

In just over a month nearly two thousand individuals from diverse cultural and political spheres and social movements will gather together in Bahia, Brazil for the upcoming AWID Forum.

Source: AWID Forum