In the light of global challenges and crises, the corona pandemic, femicides, war, the rising of precarious living conditions, an approaching economic crisis as well the current climate crisis, a radical change of society seems to be inevitable.
At the same time feminist movements are emerging in numerous parts of the world. These movements have realized the necessity to change the world and have therefore gained public attention. The conference for feminism wants to address different feminist movements, which have one common goal: changing society towards a different, better future, which can provide collective security for all of us.
With lectures by activists and scientists, the conference will present different feminist movements and standpoints as well as open up a space for discourse and discussions.
Project team: Nilufar Amini, Franziska Gruber, Sara T. Huber
7-9PM Alex Wischnewski: Feminism in motion
On the necessity of social change
11AM-1PM Isabell Lorey: The power of multitude
On the necessity of feminist movements
2-4PM Ni Una Menos: A collective cry against violence on women
On the need to stop femicides
5-6PM Daria Kinga Majewski: In the difference lies the commonality
On the necessity of joint organization
Food & Popcorn
7-9PM Filmpresentation: The Other Side of The River
9:30-00:30PM “If I can‘t dance, it’s not my revolution!”
Julia Caballera (IILW), Lilly Jagl (grrrls)