Program Internationalism Festival°2

Finally the time has come! Here you can find most of the program of the second Internationalism Festival! It will be updated and completed in the next weeks! To give you an idea of what you can look forward to, here are already the fixed events!

Some things we want to say in advance:

First, we are very sorry that we have to hold the festival online. You can find the exact details here. Due to the uncertain Corona situation we had to make this decision during the planning process. Even though it might be possible to meet again with restrictions at the beginning of June and the weather is tempting us outside, we hope for your numerous participation! Get together, watch the events together (if this should be possible again), take the computer out into the countryside…there are many ways to make online formats more enjoyable for you!

Because of the online format, many networking and sharing opportunities are eliminated. We have decided to include many lectures and workshops in the program and to move pure networking and sharing formats to the summer. We hope for your participation and ideas on how we can make this happen together!

We have a very colorful program, yet many perspectives are missing. So we are looking forward to your ideas and future plans, understand the festival as an invitation and call to think further and to network.

And a few more organizational things about the program:

You will find the most important information about the events in the descriptions. There are some things you have to pay attention to:

Language: The indicated language is the language in which the event will take place. If there is a translation, it will be mentioned. If you need a translation into another language, please write us! We will do our best to organize a translation. Also, we would be happy to hear from anyone who could translate into different languages for other people at the festival!

FLINTA*only: Some events are only for women, lesbian, inter, trans*, non-binary and agender people. All people who consider themselves cis-male are not supposed to attend these events. See the descriptions for which events this applies to.

Locations: We will let you know where or in which online room the events will take place shortly before the festival and after your registration.

Registration: In order to participate in the festival, you must register in advance via email. There are also workshops with a limited number of participants that require additional registration. All information about registration can be found here.

For all questions, translation needs and other needs you can reach us at: anmeldung[ät]iz-dresden.org

Program:


Wednesday,
2021-06-02
Thursday,
2021-06-03
Friday,
2021-06-04
Saturday,
2021-06-05
Sunday,
2021-06-06

Wednesday, 2021-06-02


4 pm Digital book launch: Dresden que(e)r through the century. History and Stories from 1900 to 2020

Thursday, 2021-06-03


5:30 pm Lecture: Militant Suffragettes
7:30 pm Lecture and discussion: Labor struggles of domestic workers yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Friday, 2021-06-04


4 pm Workshop: Vulvas in their diversity
4 pm Lecture: Thinking about Dalit Feminism
6 pm Lecture: A conversation about decolonial feminism with decolonial feminists in Dresden from “Latin America”
8 pm Panel: “Alerta Feminista” Current Feminist Struggles in and from Latin America

Saturday, 2021-06-05


12 noon Lecture: Jineolojî: emergence of patriarchy and killing of masculinity
12 noon Workshop: How to flirt like a feminist – An interactive DIY tutorial
12 noon Workshop: Mental self-defense
2 pm Theater Workshop: FoK*ollektiv
2 pm booked out:  Workshop: Re_rule! Finally confronting everyday sexism in an appropriately low-level way. An online self-empowerment workshop
4 pm Lecture: Why does a woman need a trade union?
6 pm Reading: We know what we want – Women’s Revolution in Northern and Eastern Syria. Resistance and lived utopias volume II
8 pm Panel: Feminsm for Future – Towards Future of Solidarity

Sunday, 2021-06-06


10 am Radio play and talk: “Put your knitting away, Kaschiebe, you’re embarrassing us!” – An adaptation of the radio play “Die Weiberbrigade” by Inge Müller.
1 pm Market of Opportunities – Feminist Gathering
4 pm City walk: Flexen – Flâneusen* write cities. Reading of feminist literature in different places of the city.

 

Organizors:


Local Committee Dresden
+ FRIENDS

Cooperation Partners:


Financial Support:


Asta EHS Dresden

StuRa HfBK Dresden

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