On March 8, the International day of Women’s Right, Rhythms of Resistance organized a march for women’s rights, gender equality, feminism and against everyday discrimination and violence against women. Altogether there were around 100 participants (the number fluctuated depending on the point of the demonstration).
Join us at KLIT for this workshop aimed at exploring our potential ways of practicing self-defense through our voice.
We will talk about our everyday experiences in situations when we as girls are or can be potentially attacked due to our sex\gender.Then we will discuss in which situations we can use our voice (together with body movements or alone) to stand up for ourselves. We will explore the power of our voice through different games and exercises.
Girrrrls are welcome!!!
25 November is an International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. On the next say, November 26, a number of feminist and women rights NGOs organized a demonstration to commemorate the victims of domestic violence in Hungary. The basic feature of this demo is that every time the people are carrying red women dummies to symbolize those who died from domestic violence. This year was not exceptional in this sense.
Evolúciós zsákutcák, malthuziánus kegyetlenségek – avagy mi a bajom a szociál-darwinistákkal 2. rész
Túlfogyasztás és szexizmus
Topics for 07 Mar 2011
• 100th International Women's Day!
• Azra Causevic interview, feminist from Bosnia-Herzegovina
• Nawal El Saadawi interview, feminist from revolutionary Egypt
• Greg Bennick interview, punk rocker
• and great music!
2011. március 8., 16h * találkozási pont: Tűzraktér udvara (6ker, Hegedű utca 3.)
-- demonstráció a nők egyenjogúságáért -- a férfiuralom ellen
On 7 April feminists from CEU Gender studies organized a performance against the commercial (sponsored by P&G, advertisement of washing powder) exhibition “Great innovations for women” at Gödör, which relies entirely on gender stereotypes and makes false assumptions about women’s lives.