The Young Feminist Wire is excited to present a series of four online e-learning sessions which explore:
- concepts of women’s movements and movement building
- characteristics of women’s movements
- how women’s movements affect change with examples from different regions
- the concept and practice of leadership in the context of movement building
- two key trends impacting women’s movements around the world: the rise of religious fundamentalisms; and resource mobilization for women’s organizing
In response to rising social unrest all over the world, more discussions are happening in online spaces such as Twitter and the blogosphere on effective organizing practices and how to build movements that lead to social change. This is an opportune time for women and especially young women to be engaging in these conversations from a feminist perspective.
Join the Wire community today and take part in these important discussions!
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED for the first two e-learning sessions. Please refer to the tentative session schedules section below for information on the final two sessions.
We can only accept a maximum of 30 participants per session and registration is on a first come first served basis so register today.
Sessions will be conducted in English.
Following registration you will receive an email confirming your participation in the e-learning along with instructions on how to participate and access the background materials.
Tentative Schedule for Sessions 3 and 4:
The impact of religious fundamentalisms on women’s movements – July – Registration opens on July 1st
Where is the money for young women’s rights? – August – Registration opens in July
Visit the Young Feminist Wire regularly for the latest information about the e-learning sessions!