The book is the collection of IWAM's members presentation in Istanbul on October 2018 at the Feminist Pedagogy conference. This book is published by ISTOS Publishing House in Istanbul. Thanks to Meral Akkent for her effort to publish this book Like a Transnational Sisterhood symbol.
Join us if you are around: We exhibit the handcrafts of Imprisoned Iranian women activists. 2nd journey of the collection “From Evin with love” . Germany,Nurnberg. 15-28 September 2019
IAWM calls on the Iranian government to immediately release lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and all women’s rights activists who are in Iranian jail. They did not commit a crime, they only insisted on the human rights in their country!
Do you know, if there is a Women's Museum in your proximity? Find out on www.iawm.international.
Visit a Women’s Museum around International Women's Day and find out more about gender in history, art, and culture.
#IWD2019 #womeninmuseum #IAWM
Jeff and Marcia are an artist and documentarian couple. I met them while they were working on their most recent documentary. While chatting with them casually, which usually is more interesting than the “official discussion” people have, we came to know about each others’ taste in art and literature. While we were doing this, we came to know how much more we have in common.
On Monday, November 26, Dr. Shirin Ebadi the Iranian Nobel Peace Prize winner was a honorary guest of SW faculty for launching her new book “ Until we are free”.
Book Launch, UNTILE WE ARE FREE
Shirin Ebadi, Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
Monday 26 November
VU main building
18:30 MEET & GREET
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV
The Women’s Museum Istanbul and Sabanci University Gender and Women’s Studies Center of Excellence organized a conference in Istanbul from the 18th to 23rd of October.
Feminist Pedagogy: Museums, Memory Sites, Practices of Remembrance, has taken place with the aim of discussing feminist pedagogical approaches and emphasizing the role of the women’s museum in shaping and transforming collective memory planned several lectures, workshops, storytelling, exhibitions and walks over 5 days.