Episode 6: LASTESIS, Arte como protesta

Este episodio lo escuchamos del colectivo feminista chileno LASTESIS su actuación: “Un Violador en Tu Camino” se ha cantado en todas partes desde Turquía e India hasta Kenia como protesta.

LASTESIS, Art as a protest

This episode we hear from Chilean feminist collective LASTESIS their performance : Un Violador en Tu Camino has been sung everywhere from Turkey and India to Kenya as a protest.

Archive from: Las Tesis, Colectivo Registro Callejero, Grafic Center, MUJERES AUDIOVISUALES ARGENTINA, Pamela Ortega, Edith Febles, Anteojo Rojo Prod, ISIDORA, FRANCISCA MELLADO, Noticieros Televisa, euronews (en español), FNTV – FreedomNewsTV, Quiasma Producciones, Rebel, France24

Do Girls and Women Count? · LASTESIS, Arte como protesta

Episode 5: Neesa Medina, feminismo y autocuidado radical

En este episodio, la socióloga hondureña, especialista en comunicación y activista feminista Neesa Medina nos habla del poder de la acción feminista colectiva y los movimientos sociales, los datos y la incidencia política para erradicar la violencia contra las mujeres.

This episode’s Honduran sociologist, communication specialist and feminist activist Neesa Medina tells us about the power of collective feminist action and social movements, data and advocacy to eradicate violence against women.

Do Girls and Women Count? · Neesa Medina, feminismo y autocuidado radical

Episode 4: Amandine Gay, Se réapproprier la narration

Amandine Gay, afroféministe et réalisatrice française, donne la parole aux adoptés transnationaux en France dans son dernier film Une Histoire à Soi pour qu’ils se réapproprient le récit. Elle-même adoptée, elle nous raconte aussi l’histoire de son parcours pour connaître ses propres origines.

Amandine Gay, French Afrofeminist and director, gives a voice to transnational adoptees in France in her latest film Une Histoire à Soi so that they can reclaim the narrative. Herself an adoptee, she also tells us the story of her journey to know her own origins.

Do Girls and Women Count? · Amandine Gay, Se réapproprier la narration

Episode 3: Rosanna Flamer-Caldera, Love is a Human Right

In this episode we hear from Sri-Lankan LGBTIQ rights activist Rosanna Flamer-Caldera. Rosanna is the founder of Equal Ground, the only organisation in Sri Lanka actively fighting for equal rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning (LGBTIQ) community.

Archive from: Equal GroundBBC NewsKino LibraryNBC News 

Do Girls and Women Count? · Rosanna Flamer-Caldera, Love is a Human Right

Episode 2: Alice Coffin, Amorcer le changement de l’intérieur

Dans cet épisode, Alice Coffin, journaliste française, militante féministe, politicienne et auteure du brillant essai Le Génie Lesbien, parle du féminisme radical, de la domination masculine en France et de l’importance de prendre soin de soi pour les activistes.

Archives de La Barbe, AJL, Now This News, CNEWS, Europe 1, 11 Alive

Alice Coffin, Initiating change from within

This episode’s French journalist, feminist activist, politician and author of the brilliant essay Le Génie Lesbien, Alice Coffin, talks about radical feminism, masculine domination in France and the importance of self-care for activists.

Archive from La Barbe, AJL, Now This News, CNEWS, Europe 1, 11 Alive

Do Girls and Women Count? · Alice Coffin, Amorcer le changement de l’intérieur

Episode 1: Mona Chalabi, Disrupting the status-quo one image at a time

This episode’s British-Iraqi data editor, artist and presenter, Mona Chalabi, talks about her personal journey and how that has impacted the work that she does today. Archive from the Guardian and It’s Nice That.

Do Girls and Women Count? · Mona Chalabi, Disrupting the status-quo one image at a time