In the newly adjusted ESC online format, volunteers have put together a participatory virtual program for the time until we can meet again.
Expanding on the topic of the previous online discussion where we shared the ways in which we currently collectively take care of each other, we want to let our imagination lose and explore wild ideas that might be too out there for our current world. No idea is too wild!
Perhaps you’ve read something that poked your interest? You’ve watched a film or listened to music that inspired you? Let’s explore what makes our imagination run!
In these difficult times it is more important than ever to dream big and different and to support each other in our wildest dreams!
Join us next Friday, 22 January 2021 18.00 CET
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive link.
“We position ourselves at a certain point in time in a long line of feminist anti-militarisms.” Even though this phrase easily applies to us in EYFA, these are the first words of the booklet made by participants of the one of our projects “Empowerment through Collaboration: Young feminists shaping inclusive paths to peace in the Caucasus and beyond”
If you want to increase your skills and knowledge as an anti-war activists/campaigners, but also include the perspectives and needs of young women* from conflict zones in global peace-building processes, you have to hear their voices: “We are not new. We are not few. We are everywhere and we are everyday shaping our political analyses, our tactics, and our interwoven solidarities.”
An estimated 1000 riot police will decend on Calais at the beginning of April for what will be the biggest mass eviction of migrants in the city.