Five panelists – Willow O’Feral (Haptic Pictures), Aida Oualate (Justice and Dignity for the Women of Sahel), Patricia Pedroza González (Keene State College), Mei-Ling Ellerman (Brandeis University), and an advocate of the Women’s Freedom Center will dialogue about the intersectionality of gender-based violence (GBV), answering the questions :
How do patterns of social injustice, marginalization, discrimination and cultural bias shape GBV? How have these dynamics shifted in the context of the pandemic?
Examined through multiple lenses – race/ethnicity, refugee, LGBTQ, religion, and rurality/urbanity, panelists share their stories, perspectives and experiences. We hope you will join us for this important and timely discussion. The panel will begin promptly at 4:00 PM and last until 5:30 PM. A recording will be shared on WWAC social platforms.
This talk is free and everyone is welcome to attend. However, we kindly ask that you support the continuation of these free events if you are able. Become a WWAC Member and/or make a donation here: https://www.windhamworldaffairscouncil.org/join-wwac-online-3/