Freeing Ourselves: Challenging Criminalization & Stigmas

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As part of the Feminist Realities Journey, we are inviting you to take part in a series of curated conversations, designed to spark meaningful dialogue and co-creation, among feminist activists and organizations from all over the world.
June Jordan reminded us that “we are the ones we have been waiting for”. Join activists from Southern Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Central and Latin America and the Caribbean in this interactive Curated Conversation as we discuss and strategize ways of using our collective power to challenge criminalization & stigmas.
The activists will share a bit about the important work being done across HIV/AIDS advocacy, resisting drug policy, ensuring sex worker rights and expanding the fight against criminalization. Using examples of freedom-making and transformative solutions, we will discuss how we are resisting and creating in spite of systemic violence and erasure.
We are no longer waiting on anyone else to create the change we deserve; we are the ones that we have been waiting for!
This virtual event will take place on Zoom. Please make sure to check for any Zoom updates on your computer in advance of the Curated Conversation.
The event will have translation in Spanish, English and French but to access the interpretation channels, your Zoom must be updated.

22 October 2020 09:00   through   10:30
Zoom/ Virtual

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