The interactive online event will highlight discussions on how individuals can choose to challenge gender inequality in their daily lives — from what they eat, how they move to how they communicate, study, and work.
By being conscious of people’s potentially gendered responses to everyday mundane things, we can reach a collective understanding and overcome gender biases that prevent us from realizing a more equal and inclusive future.
Dr. Sara Vigil
Research Fellow, SEI
Dr. Joyee S. Chatterjee
Assistant Professor, Asian Institute of Technology
Supecha Baotip (Thailand)
a leading activist behind the recent law to legalize abortion in Thailand. She is the founder and coordinator of Tamtang group.
Kakay Tolentino (Philippines)
a leading activist who has fought for women’s voice and leadership in the community, advocating environmental protection and indigenous people’s rights in the region since the 1980s. She is the national coordinator of Bai Indigenous Women’s Network.
Feminism In India Team (India)
a digital bilingual feminist media platform founded and founded and run by a feminist team, FII works to engage youth and increase the representation of Indian women and marginalized communities on the internet.
How you can participate
This is a free interactive webinar, where we encourage participants to share insights and experiences on challenging gender bias.
Participants can include their entries on the event registration form or email the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries can be in any media format including images and videos. The deadline for uploading entries is on 4 March 2021.
All entries will be compiled and shared during the webinar and will also be posted on the AIT website. Selected participants will be invited to share their experiences live at the forum.
Check out the event flyer.
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