You are warmly invited to a seminar on Tuesday 22nd of May, 9:00-12:00, in room A7F387, European Parliament, Brussels, organised jointly by the Culture Project, the European Network of Migrant Women, and the Coppieters Foundation. The seminar will bring together experts and activists from around Europe to critically examine the intersection between the different forms of fundamentalism and the neoliberal agenda, and its impact on the collective rights of women and minorities in Europe. Please see more details below. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org COLLUSION OF FUNDAMENTALISM & NEO-LIBERALISM: ITS IMPACT ON WOMEN AND MINORITY RIGHTS BACKGROUND: The last two decades have witnessed a rapid rise of fundamentalism, the far right, and other extremist, even violent, movements across the globe. From the USA and the UK, to Russia, Turkey, and Poland, the extremist organisations driven by radical religious and nationalist ideologies, have been jeopardising the rights of women, sexual minorities, and migrants. These movements […]
29 April, London- We are delighted to have taken part in the conference “Defending Progressivism” – a day-long conference that focused on defending social-progressivism (Feminism, LGBT Rights, Freedom of Speech, Environmentalism, Secularism and Irreligiosity) organised by the Culture Project and Canatus News. ENOMW took part in the panel on “Racism, Far Right and Refugee Rights”. Below is the video of the panel “Feminist Mobilisation” chaired by Houzan Mahmoud, Kurdish Feminist and co-founder of the Culture Project, featuring Rahila Gupta, feminist academic, writer and board member of Southhall Black Sisters, Sarah Khan, co-founder of INSPIRE, Gita Sahgal, director of Centre for Secular Space, and Sadia Hameed of Critical Sisters.