Intersectional Feminist Workshops
Across history, truly transformative change towards gender equality has always been achieved by challenging and disrupting how power works in our societies.
The most effective feminist movements have always understood this, using intersectional feminist principles to deconstruct power and reveal how all systems that further inequality are interconnected.
Building on the success of our intersectional feminist toolkits, IWDA is now offering a series of tailored, guided workshops to organisations and individuals looking to do just that.
More than your standard training, our workshops are designed to open up spaces of sharing and collaboration. They will help you tap into the existing knowledge and expertise held within your teams while deepening your sense of connection and collective purpose.
Based on core intersectional feminist principles, each course is designed to support you and your team in strengthening different aspects of your organisation or advocacy work. Rather than a one-size-fits all solution, our workshops will provide you with the tools you need to work towards your organisational goals – no matter the context.
Workshops and Courses for Individuals
Designed for individuals working in the not-for profit sector who are new to advocacy, or wish to learn how a feminist approach can strengthen their advocacy work. Both offerings provide participants with useful strategic planning tools that can be implemented in your own organisation’s advocacy planning.
An online course for individuals who prefer self-directed learning. Ideal for advocates and campaigners who are looking for a more sophisticated structure to their advocacy planning and want to deepen their understanding of women’s rights approaches.Learn More
Next Workshop: April 16th & 17th
Duration: 9-1pm (over two consecutive days)
This workshop is designed for individuals or organisations interested in learning about foundational feminist principles and how to put them into practice. Over two half-days this workshop explores fundamental feminist values, including challenging and redistributing power, and developing cultures of self and collective care.Learn More
Workshops for Organisations
IWDA’s Intersectional Feminist Workshops for Organisations are held on dates that work with your organisation’s schedule. Our workshops range from half-day to 5-day offerings and can be spread out over an agreed time frame. To help us assist you in the best way, please fill out the Expression of Interest form below and indicate which workshop you are interested in. We will be in touch to discuss your organisation’s needs and answer any queries you may have.
Thinking about ways to strengthen your organisation’s capacity to do important work on gender equality and women’s rights?
The Feminist Organisational Capacity Strengthening (FOCS) organisational self-assessment process provides an opportunity to do exactly that.Learn More
Ever been in a meeting or team where everyone seemed comfortable sharing ideas and concerns? Ever worked at an organisation that balanced mind, heart and body? This workshop will support your organisation to become more resilient and sustainable.Learn More
This workshop will teach your team the core principles of women’s rights advocacy and take you through every stage of the advocacy planning process. Your team will conclude the workshop with an advocacy strategy ready to implement.Learn More
Support your organisation on its journey for greater alignment with feminist purpose and practice. This workshop focuses on feminist leadership, governance and accountability — with an emphasis on power, intergenerational issues, and succession planning.Learn More
There are more resources available to support women’s rights from more sources. If your group is advancing women’s rights, you deserve a share!Learn More
Find Out More About IWDA's Intersectional Feminist Workshops
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