All Articles about Gender
As their Landecker Action Project, Jo is creating "Comapping," looking at how maps can be used as a tool for democracy. Through running workshops and building open-source software, the project supports communities to use participatory mapping to share who they are, where they live and what's important to them.
Not Just a Private Issue
Not Just a Private Issue is a project created by Lefkothea Rizopoulou, based in Greece, which brings females together with the aim of raising questions and opening a dialogue around gender-based violence. Lefkothea organised a series of workshops which created awareness, highlighted vital information, and forged deep connections and channels of understanding between the women involved.
The Alice Project
Senior Fellow Chalsea Halstead’s Action Project aims to expose the biases and contradictions of capital punishment.
Women on the Move - Radio Drama
This Action project aims for the listeners throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina "enter" the world of migrant women and experience, for a moment, the problems they encounter every day.
It Happens Here (IHH) Safe Spaces Project: A Peer-Led Community Healing Project
As her Action Project, Mneera Abdullah Saud created a peer-led community healing project for survivors of sexual violence.
drINK Café: Creating Brave Spaces Through Shared Spaces
From her own experience as a Black womxn navigating predominant spaces, Valerie sought to create a virtual event addressing the burden placed on Black womxn. The goal of her Action Project was to experience the double burden of racism and misogyny confronting Black womxn and non-binary individuals.
Landecker Democracy Fellow Shawn is developing and facilitating a digital and physical map creation project that enlists the knowledge and skills of queer youth and adults. With the help of LGBTQI serving organizations, they will support an intergenerational reworking of queer history in Tennessee.
Kris Coffield is the Executive Director of Imua Alliance, a non-profit victim service provider for survivors of human trafficking located in Honolulu, Hawai’i. For his Landecker Democracy Fellowship project, Platforming Peace, Kris is convening ten activists affected by violence in order to reclaim digital space as a site for organizing peace and collaboration, rather than discrimination and social decay.
We got this! The Feminist Hackathon
Anna Bednarczyk is a sociologist and a researcher and is currently developing a PhD project about feminist movements and a concept of safety in Argentina at the Graduate School for Social Research in Warsaw. She holds an MA in sociology and in Sustainable Urban Governance and Peace.
Under Huden (Under the Skin) - A podcast about Inuit tattoos, spiritism and women's power
Senior Fellows Emilie Helene Holm and Mahela Nilsson created this podcast about Inuit tattoos, spiritism and women's power, with tattoo artist, researcher and storyteller Maya Sialuk Jacobsen