“Until all are free” – Intersectionality & anti-oppression: introduction & practice


27th January, Saturday - 27th January, Saturday


SECOND PART – Jan 27th, 14h00-17h00 CET, ONLINE

Ever felt overwhelmed by too many struggles to fight at the same time, or frustrated at your fellow activists’ slow uptake on topics such as anti-racism or sexism? 

Getting a queasy feeling when hearing the term “intersectionality”, in fearful anticipation at potential conflicts and scope of work you don’t grasp nor feel able to tackle? 

Interested in spending some time exploring what intersectionality means, and how it can help working towards powerful anti-oppression practices?

Look no further, and sign up for these two (connected!) workshops on “Intersectionality and Anti-Oppression” in which we will not only open the space to explore those topics but also discover and practice tools and reflection pathways!

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Harry Holmes

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