Examining the case for Environmental (Ecological) Feminism and exploring connection between climate change and ecofeminism.
Ecofeminism uses the core idea of equality between genders and a view of the world that respects organic processes, holistic connections and the merit of intuition and collaboration. This philosophy of seeing Mother Earth and women in a similar way suggests that we have to reconsider norms, start valuing nature as sacred, recognise our dependency on Earth and embraces all lives as valuable. More details will follow soon.
We are setting a series of talks about Feminism. The aim of this series is to define and understand the movement, bring up and break down most common myths surrounding it, explore the significance of modern feminism thoughts, and to invite all genders, men and women, to participate in a dialog around equality of rights and opportunities despite of biology and identity politics.
SPEAKER – JORDANA BELAICHE
Jordana Belaiche is a writer, director and dramaturg based in London. Her work centres on class and gender, she has a love of folklore, witchcraft and the occult and is well versed in all things uncanny. She is the author of two full length plays and several short stories. Find more of her projects and work through IG: @donttellthevillageelders