All Articles about Sexism
Consent: Always. Enthusiastic. Informed.
This campaign aims to empower students to apply explicit, informed, enthusiastic consent to make society a happier and safer place for everyone.
Take A Seat: Inclusive Sex-Ed
2020 Amsterdam Fellows Suze van Zijl and Akef Ibrahimi organized a closed-circle talk about how to organize inclusive sex-ed and invited a diverse group of people to share.
The Invaluable Power of Women: The Heritage of Joan Ferrier
Tamara Hartman studied the archive of Joan Ferrier as part of her Action Project. This resulted in a hybrid event that was co-facilitated by Humanity in Action The Netherlands, and hosted by the Atria Institute on Gender Equality and Women's History.
Forming International and Interfaith Alliance Against Interpersonal Violence
Senior Fellow Mira Vance created a project uniting international and interfaith organizations and activists to develop intersectional and accessible survivor supports.
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.
Setting Boundaries - empowering workshops for women
In the current political situation, which due to women’s equality backlashes continues also to disempower women by objectifying their bodies, there is an urgent need of passing on knowledge about setting boundaries and allowing one to express their sexuality as a subject, not an object.
JEJpodcast. Podcast about Women Issues
The Action Project of Malwina Tkacz - student of law and philosophy as well as a Fellow of 2020 Humanity in Action Warsaw Fellowship/Academy of Human Rights - is going to explore the views of other young men and women in other cultures about what it means to be a woman in current times.
Inclusion and Diversity Fund and Committee at Columbia University
Senior Fellow Kwolanne Felix begins the Inclusion and Diversity Committee of Columbia University to advocate for marginalized students and create an equitable campus.
The aim of the “Talking Period(s)” workshop was to create a space to openly talk about everything related to periods, most importantly the shame and its political aspects.
Activist Support Center Wroclaw
Landecker Democracy Fellow Lena Bielska is a certified WenDo trainer who works as a human rights educator with a focus on consent, anti-discrimination, and empowerment. Over the next year, Lena will develop the Activist Support Center through three activities that she has already been working on in the past two years.