Millennia2025 Solidarity Women “Your solidarity our future”, 25 April, 2015, Belgium
The Millennia2015 organises the action-conference Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women, “Your solidarity for our future” to help women living in precarity out of poverty, in Namur, on Saturday 25 April 2015. This event will gather all the stakeholders: potential beneficiaries, resources suppliers, decision makers and political leaders, financial partners, researchers and civil society in order to build new solutions for equality:
Summer Course “Inclusive innovation, gender and entrepreneurship: Opportunities for Economic Empowerment?”, Maastricht, The Netherlands, July, 2015
This course focus on the gender dimensions in inclusive development and seek answers to how innovations affirm, challenge or transform the gender dynamics in entrepreneurship and poverty. It is organized from 20-31 July and costs 800 Euros: http://www.msm.nl/program/program/maastricht-summer-school/inclusive-innovation-gender-and-entrepreneurship-opportunities-for-economic-empowerment/
WILPF 2015 Conference: Uniting a Global Movement of Women’s Power to Stop War, 27-29 April, 2015, The Hague, the Netherlands
In 2015, The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) will be celebrating our 100th Anniversary! At our International Conference and by connecting, strengthening and celebrating the work of all women peacemakers across the world, WILPF will once again be as progressive in our security analysis and aim to establish new and radical approaches on how to stop and prevent wars and establish principles of permanent peace. The conference is open for anyone who registers. The WILPF Congress taking place in conjunction is for WILPF members only. For more information: http://www.womenstopwar.org/conference-home/
International Conference “The strength of Critique: Trajectories of Marxism – Feminism”, 20-22 March, Berlin, Germany
More than 40 years ago, feminists among Marxists in many countries spoke out. They criticized the concept of labour that was then commonly used in Marxism, they criticized value theory, views on domestic labour and the family, the way of dealing and interacting with each other and with the nature around us, on the economy and wars, visions of the future and the urge for liberation. This conference, organized by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, intend to pick up the threads. Many of those voices — and many who have since joined — will come together at a congress in order to investigate what has been left undone.
Participants at the conference will discuss successes and defeats as well as new projects with the intention of finding out together what has been gained so far, what we need to continue working on, what new issues are on the agenda, and how we can bundle our energies to achieve worldwide resonance to our demand to intervene.
What remains as fundamental as almost half a century ago is that socialist feminists join forces internationally: http://www.rosalux.de/event/52209/the-strength-of-critique-trajectories-of-marxism-feminism.html