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LiberAzione Gener-ale 2

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Giornata di lotta e confronto sul sessismo declinato come patriarcato, omotransfobia, specismo, si terrà sabato 24 maggio 2014 a Verona.

http://anguane.noblogs.org/?p=2313

https://www.facebook.com/LiberAzioneGener.ale2?ref=hl

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Conference
Event
Workshop
Topic: 
Activism
Environment & animal rights
Gender studies
LGBT and queer issues
Political participation
Queer feminism
Women's Liberation Movement
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INQUEERSECTIONS - Exploring queer activism across different contexts (14-16 February 2014, Utrecht, NL)

Location

Utrecht
Netherlands

This three-day festival invites to explore different queer activist struggles and strategies, and to think about what kind of alliances can be built around them. The festival is based on an idea that queer struggles and experiences always have to be seen not only as related to sexuality, oppression based on sexual orientation and gender, but also to other categories, such as race, class, ethnic background etc. that affect queer lives. In their own turn, these categories mark the lives of people that do not necessarily identify as or affiliate with the notion of queerness.

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CALL for Projects: NOC WALPURGII FESTIVAL 2014 - Berlin (30th April 2014)

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Anarcha-feminist. Queer-punk. Anti-sexist. Anti-homophobic.
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This year again at the 30 of April the Noc Walpurgii Festival will take place in Berlin/Germany at Köpi Squat. Our aim is to support the struggle against sexism and homophobia and the promotion of the
presence of queers and females within the underground hc punk scene. The Noc Walpurgii festival started in 1996 in Warsaw, Poland, and is organized every two years since then. Besides having bands
performing, we would like to have this year also a wider non-musical program with performances, workshops, meetings, talks, artprojects. It´s important to us, that the projects fit into the festival
topic, that they are noncommercial and follow a diy-ethic. In order to write us, please use the contact-page on the website.

Type of Resource: 
Calls & Submissions
Topic: 
Do-It-Yourself
Ladyfest
LGBT and queer issues
Queer feminism
Riot Grrrl
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Queer comic zine "Ethical Sloth" looking for submissions

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The awesome first issue "Hang with the gang" is OUT and the second issue "Failing foucault" is IN the making: queer* comic-artists and artists, who do queer* comics, here's your call: "Failing Foucault". We all are failing. All of the time. What's Foucault got to do with it? That's up to you, we do not read (Foucault). We're busy doing art. And so are you! Send us your comic/illlustration/drawing/contribution/whatever... (It just has to be: A5, 300dpi, pdf, b/w, white border)

Type of project: 
Art
Comics
Illustration
Zine
Topic: 
Activism
Do-It-Yourself
LGBT and queer issues
Queer feminism
Zine
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Grassroots feminist show VIOLET: Disability and art in Eastern Europe

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sqJRheg4Zw

The latest episode of VIOLET is with the artist Gabrielė Gervickaitė, currently based in Vilnius. Gabrielė is well-known in Lithuania for careful juxtaposition of medical and industrial materials in her work. Her collages make limbs in orthopaedic devices look like radio towers and by using electrical tape she constructs androgynous torsos. Such strategies have established Gabrielė as one of the most interesting artists of her generation in Lithuania. More on Gabrielė - http://gabrielegervickaite.com/

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Candies and Whims Translation/Publication Project - Educational Discussions

Candies and Whims Translation/Publication Project shoots on translation and publication of anarchist/ feminist/ gender/ queer/ mental health and radical texts/ zines/ publications from English language into Filipino language with the aim of publicizing it and distributing it freely into the public or local community, through a language they can grasps, understand and feel connected with, giving them access over readings that cannot be found nor offered by the standard commercial educational system, promoting self-education towards liberation, resistance and freedom.

Type of project: 
E-Zine
Group/Network
Literature
Spoken word
Workshop
Zine
Topic: 
Education
Gender studies
Girls and young women
Global affairs & transnationalism
LGBT and queer issues
Networking & community building
Older woman
Parenting & motherhood
Peace
Political participation
Postcolonial theory & perspectives
Prisoner Support
Queer feminism
Race & ethnicity
Religion and beliefs
Representation of women
Reproductive rights
Riot Grrrl
Self-defense
Sex and sexualities
Sexual violence
Social Work
Women's Liberation Movement
Work and employment
Zine
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Candies and Whims Anarcha-Feminist Interview Project (Philippines)

Candies and Whims Interview Project is a collection of interviews of people from the Philippines about their experiences/insights/ideas about being a wimmin (by choice or as role-enforcement of the society), wimmin struggle/resistance and Anarcha-Feminism in the Philippines Context.

These includes wimmin, myn, queer and people with different gender preferences as correspondents.

Type of project: 
E-Zine
Group/Network
Literature
Zine
Topic: 
Education
Gender studies
Girls and young women
Ladyfest
Older woman
Parenting & motherhood
Queer feminism
Representation of women
Reproductive rights
Riot Grrrl
Sex and sexualities
Sexual violence
Social Work
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Call: .dpi 28 / Call for Projects: Gender(ed) Cultures on the Internet (Deadline: 13 September 2013)

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Call for Submissions
.dpi issue 28 (fall 2013)
Deadline: 13 September 2013
Themed Section: Gender(ed) Cultures on the Internet
Guest Editor: Jennifer Chan

In the Themed Section of its 28th issue, .dpi is looking at the internet as a heterogenous space that allows for the deliberation and challenging of gender ideals.

Type of Resource: 
Calls & Submissions
Topic: 
Art
Internet & digital divide
Queer feminism
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There is more to sexism than meets the eye (Live recording of a discussion round held on 20th May 2013, presented by Missy Magazine)

Topic: 
Queer feminism
Race & ethnicity
Representation of women
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Click on the links below to find an audio recording of a discussion round held at the HAU - Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin on 20th May 2013 presented by Missy Magazine; with Angela McRobbie, Anne Wizorek, Sookee, Nana Adusei-Poku, Jasmin Mittag, and Sonja Eismann

Photo: Angela McRobbie, Nana Adusei-Poku und Anne Wizorek (v.l.n.r., Foto credit: Dorothee Leesing)

There is more to sexism than meets the eye - part 1
There is more to sexism than meets the eye - part 2

Interviewee: 
Angela McRobbie, Anne Wizorek, Sookee, Nana Adusei-Poku, Jasmin Mittag
Interviewer: 
Sonja Eismann
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Sexism
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Qunst.mag (E-Zine)

Location

Germany

Statement:
Qunst.mag is an e-zine created by members of Bildwechsel and the contributing artists. Our aim is to provide a platform for queer feminist artists working in various media.

The zines can get downloaded as pdf, some even as printable version

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