Philosopher Suzana Milevska and researcher and ecofemenist activist Myriam Bahaffou elaborate on ecofeminist art practices.
For it's eight edition the annual meet-up for a sustainable future focuses on unheard stories that depict a new way of living.
During a walk in the center of Brussels, Omar Fassi Fehri guides you through the different types of oppression experienced by minorities.
How did the position of women changed as we move out of the 'dark' middle ages and into the modern age and the Renaissance?
Writers and artists from different backgrounds discuss the ongoing suppression of land, nature and people and offer alternatives.
Scientists and artists explore the theme 'Amor' in brief, surprising, urgent and fiery interventions.
Deze workshop onderzoekt welke structurele veranderingen de werklast van zorgers kunnen verlichten.
Brainstorm ter voorbereiding op een event rond mentale gezondheid bij jongeren.
Vrouwelijke filmmakers en programmatoren gaan aan de hand van films uit de Maghreb en het Midden-Oosten in gesprek over vrouwen en film.
In his lecture and accompanying text, philosopher Ali Benmakhlouf elaborates on Andalusian philosophy and the thoughts of Averroës.
Workshop discussing the challenges for a value based health care system.
In her online lecture and accompanying text, art historian Silvia Naef reflects on the relationship between religion, images and art within Islam.
Leïla Tauil elaborates on the secular feminist movements in the Arab world and the place of women in the different discourses.
Zakiyyah Iman Jackson shares with us her innovative thinking on the intricate relations between race, species and the idea of ‘the human’.
In her lecture on International Women's Day, Anita L. Allen elaborates on privacy through the lenses of race and gender.
Evening exploring the intersections between animal liberation and disability liberation. With Geertrui Cazaux, Agnes Trzak and others.