Feminist Activism and the Politics of Crisis: Why gender sensitive analysis and policymaking must be a priority

Read findings emerging from the latest research conducted by the Centre’s co-directors, Dr Maria-Adriana Deiana and Dr Jamie Hagen, with Danielle Roberts, doctoral candidate at Ulster University and policy officer at Here NI. Our research project sought to investigate the impact of the crisis engendered by the Covid-19 pandemic on feminist activism and gender equalityContinue reading “Feminist Activism and the Politics of Crisis: Why gender sensitive analysis and policymaking must be a priority”

Are you interested in getting involved in feminist activism in Northern Ireland?

Earlier this year, we partnered with Reclaim the Agenda for a workshop on how to make feminist activism part of our everyday.  Watch below the recording of our conversation with some phenomenal women organising on various issues in Northern Ireland and beyond. Hear more about how to get involved – even if that’s from your sofaContinue reading “Are you interested in getting involved in feminist activism in Northern Ireland?”

“Un Violador en Tu Camino”

Re-imagining Citizenship through Transnational Feminist Mobilization On the eleventh of November 2019 the street performance, “Un Violador en Tu Camino,” (“A Rapist in Your Path”), created by feminist collective, Las Tesis, was performed for the first time on the streets of Valparaíso, Chile. The piece references several iterations of violence against women, alleging to state sanctioned violence inContinue reading ““Un Violador en Tu Camino””