This Blog has been designed by the Special Desk for Women&Gender of Mission 21 as a place for networking and exchange of experiences among women. It is a place to empower each other through our stories, memories and visions. To become more aware of the existing injustices and unequal treatments based on gender. To share ways of confronting and transforming them. We want to stimulate reflection on our experiences from a feminist and gender perspective. We urge you to use this space to exchange information, data and tools that contribute to the work in education, healthcare, sustainable agriculture and especially to the work for peace.
Tools – Care and Accompaniment
Original note in EISF Website photo EISF The European Interagency Security Forum (EISF) is proud to announce the launch of its new guide: Managing Sexual Violence against Aid Workers: prevention, preparedness, response and aftercare. Aid agencies have a duty of care...read more
We want to share with you a list of documents and materials about self-care that might be useful for Organizations and Women´s networks. We have got these materials through Internet and specially, working with Co- partners and networks. If you have any information...read more
The health of body, mind and emotions is continuously affected by trauma, violence, weather, diet, environment, daily news, and the challenges of life. The use of simple ancient healing skills can empower us to live with peace and wellbeing no matter what is happening...read more
I am happy to have found the topic of “good living” on the new blog. I have come to know about the concept from the native peoples of Bolivia and Ecuador. I would like to introduce the ideas of the philosophers of the Diotima group in Italy, who have been working on a...read more
Maria José Arana Mysticism is a feminine word in Spanish as well as in German. It refers to what is inward, emotions, the anima. Mysticism is dynamic; it describes a way of love. Mysticism is also dialectical and means progress and rest, ecstasy and concentration,...read more
Berit Ås Mary John Mananzan, Executive Director of the Institute of Women’s Studies of the Philippines, explainsin the Publisher’s Note of the book that presents Berit Ås’s Master Suppression Techniques, that these “are methods men use consciously or unconsciously to...read more