Europejskie Centrum Solidarności I European Solidarity Centre
plac Solidarności 1, 80–863 Gdansk, Poland
The aim of the project is to support immigrant women to overcome gender based prejudices. The project includes awareness raising, empowerment and training within various immigrant communities.
The project offers the opportunity to become stronger and to learn methods to prevent sexual violence and harassment. Supporting immigrant women to become their own advocates and further to train them to function as community leaders could prove to be the most sustainable method to address the needs of immigrant women living in a European context.
6 hours Workshop in English for migrant women(free of charge).
Recently this project was one of the winners of Fundusz Feministyczny
also part of the calendar of 100 years of Women's Rights in Pomerania.
Sto Lat Praw Kobiet Pomorze
The workshop will be held in English in consideration of the large number of migrant women living in Trójmiasto in English and who do not have many possibilities to participate in events like this that are generally only available in Polish language.
Includes a light lunch.
Activist from Gdańsk, originally from Chile, Audiovisual professional with more than 10 years of experience in documentary series for television in Chile and documentary films in the national level, archive researcher for many project, currently working on my first documentary film in Poland as Director about the Feminist movement in Gdańsk.
Since 2015, I had been working as a Media Officer in European Network of Migrant Women (ENoMW)
international feminist organization and in recent years I have developed as a photo activist. Certificated trainer of «draw the line» workshop organized by Fundacja Feminoteka
, Warsaw last year.
Contact email: [email protected]