The Feminist Network
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Der skal skrives en intro om hvad man kan forvente at finde herinde og eventuelt baggrund for materialet … The Feminist Network was formed to guide our own working methods in a more feminist direction. And to inspire and be inspired by the vast amount of knowledge, experience, and practice within the many feminist traditions and movements globally.

The site is an effort to share this with others. And to give visibility and credit to the producers of the many valuable resource and toolkits that are accessible online.

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Decolonizing Aid

The concept of “decolonizing aid” has arisen in past years, as a response to the uneven power dynamics and imbalances that exist within the humanitarian, development and peacebuilding sectors.

The Talk Town podcast has invited Catherine Wanjiru Nyambura, international development expert and Pan African feminist, to reflect on the concept and share her insights and experiences on how to break these uneven power balances and introduce new practices and efforts to decolonize aid.

Catherine Wanjiru Nyambura: is an international development expert and Pan African feminist. She has ten years’ experience in advancing feminism, gender equality, youth development, and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Catherine is currently affiliated with the ATHENA Network where she is the Director of Programs focusing on feminist activism and movement building.
Interviewed by: Emma Holten: A feminist activist and gender policy consultant.
Musik: Andreas Brink Pedersen

Produktion, klip og speak: Rikke Collin

Feminist leadership and organisation building

Feminist Leadership is gaining ground in women’s rights organisations, NGO’s and global movements that work for transformative change. This episode of the Talk Town podcast has invited Joanna Maycock, feminist and independent consultant, to unpack the concept of feminist leadership, what it looks like, how it can be practiced, its purposes and potentials for organisations that work for social transformation.

Joanna Maycock’s consultancy practice is working to support Civil Society leadership to bring feminist principles into systems change and working with leaders to build working cultures aligned to their values. Her focus is on the feminist understanding of power and moving from coercive to transformative power. Joanna Maycock has over 25 years’ experience in leadership positions in European and international Civil Society in Brussels, such as with ActionAid and president of CONCORD. Most recently, she was Secretary General of the European Women’s Lobby.

Interviewed by Anna Villumsen international consultant in the Women’s Council Denmark

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Credits:

Music: Andreas Brink Pedersen

Production and Speak: Rikke Collin
Production and Editing: Emilie Haaber Brorsen Jensen

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Support / Credit

This collection of tools and resources is based on numerous activists’, movement’s and organization’s work and time.

We recommend that you support and credit the work behind the resources you download, by donating, or in other ways supporting groups and organizations behind the tools you use.

Bearing in mind that women’s- feminist- and LGBTIQ+ organizations are acutely underfunded globally, despite the important work they carry out.

Background / Who we are

This site was developed by a Feminist Network in Denmark, consisting of 4 civil society organizations, Oxfam IBIS Denmark, Action Aid Denmark, The Danish Family Planning Association, and the Women’s Council Denmark. 

The Feminist Network was formed to guide our own working methods in a more feminist direction. And to inspire and be inspired by the vast amount of knowledge, experience, and practice within the many feminist traditions and movements globally.

The site is an effort to share this with others. And to give visibility and credit to the producers of the many valuable resource and toolkits that are accessible online.

Contact info: kvr@kvinderaad.dk