Movement Building; Intersectionality, Working in Repressive Contexts and Self and Collective Care are pertinent issues in today’s women’s rights movement work. The Zines delve deep into these concepts to enhance understanding by focusing on what they look like, why they are important for the violence against women field, questions and strategies for reflection and action.
The Zines emerged from a feminist movement collaboration between JASS, FURIA and Raising Voices. This partnership intended to strengthen collaboration to build momentum for violence against women prevention in the Global South. At a global convening in Kampala, activists reflected on and discussed the critical issues affecting activism today. These issues have been expounded in the Zines that describe why they matter, questions for reflection and what communities can do.
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For a deep dive into Movement Building; Intersectionality, Working in Repressive Contexts and Self and Collective Care check out the resources in the online toolbox below:
- Movement Building Toolbox
- Intersectionality Toolbox
- Working in Repressive Contexts Toolbox
- Self and Collective Care Toolbox