Genocide in Gaza; Where does Women’s Rights Movement stand? A panel discussion with Women’s rights activists March 22-23 – Homa Arjomand – Azar Majedi

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The genocide in Gaza has given rise to a mass international movement in support of and solidarity with the people of Palestine and in condemnation of Israel and its Western allies; this is a historic moment for any socio-political movement, fighting for freedom, equality and justice to take a solid and clear stand vis-a vis this historical tragedy.

In this conference, we have invited women’s rights activists to discuss the related issues. We invite you to participate in the conference and enrich the debates with your comments and questions.

Panellists:  

Evelyne Accad; Homa Arjomand, the International Campaign for One Secular School System; Soad Baba Aissa, Feminist Laique; Aouicha Bekhti, Algeria; Haideh Daragahi; Maria Hagberg, international women’s rights activist and author;  Keto Kurtskhalis,  Caucasian Feminist Institute;; Azar majedi, President of Organisation for Women’s Liberation-Iran; Chafia Outerbach, Feminist Laique; Halaleh Taheri, Executive Director of Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation.

Panels:

Justice for Palestinians

Where must the secularist and women’s rights movement stand?

Expansion of war in the region

The rise of fascism in the West

The conference will take place online. The details will be published later.

Homa Arjomand, The International Campaign for One secular School System

Azar Majedi, Organisation for Women’s Liberation-I

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