An intersectional approach has been introduced in public policy making. In this session we will discuss examples, dilemmas, challenges, like: ‘how can we gather data from an intersectional approach?’, ’what are common pitfalls when policy makers aim to introduce an intersectional approach, learning from the common limitations of a gender mainstreaming approach?’, and: ’how do we deal with power relations between marginalized groups and policy makers or researchers?’.
This event is the last of the series with 4 online seminars on Intersectional Feminisms, providing concrete ideas on how to work with an intersectional approach in feminist activism and public policy.
With as speakers: Sabrina Saase, Moana Genevey and Dr. Patricia Muñoz-Cabrera and as moderator: Gisela Dütting.
Presentation slides by Sabrina Saase