In partnership with feminist activists from Argentina, Costa Rica, Georgia, and Indonesia, AWID invites you for a conversation on our experiences and learning on how to mobilize resources that are autonomous, and self-generated by and for feminist movements.
If we calculate all the time, energy and money activists put into movements, we realize that philanthropy covers but a minor percentage of our true costs. While we advocate for more and better resources for feminist movements, we must also name and claim the numerous and powerful ways feminist movements fuel social change with our own resources.
Sharing their skills and knowledge with us: Lucia (“Luti”) Brenes from Beso Diverso, Eka Imerlishvili from Independent Feminist Network of Georgia, Nani Zulminarni from Pekka, and Victoria Tesoriero from the National Campaign for Legal Abortion. The conversation will be moderated by Tenzin Dolker from AWID.
Languages: English, Spanish, and French