Tuesday, 10th November
The concept of intersectionality is widely discussed in the academic sphere but its practical implementation remains unclear. We seek to bridge this gap by clarifying and deepening the understanding of intersectionality from a policy-oriented perspective.
Invited are cultural workers, producers, curators, artists and anyone else working within the cultural industries. CIJ will provide insights into the theoretical meaning and practical use of intersectionality and we will discuss their real-life implications.
In the interactive workshop we will focus on the development and implementation of anti-discrimination and equal opportunity policies in cultural institutions. Through different interactive activities we will further a knowledge and understanding of theories and practical approaches to tackle discrimination.
CIJ is a non-profit organisation founded in 2017 and based in Berlin. We engage in advocacy and policy-oriented research to make anti-discrimination and equality policy more inclusive and address structural inequalities more effectively in Europe.
– REGISTRATION IS CLOSED! –
Please register by sending an email to email@example.com with a short description of what you do and why you are interested in taking part in the interactive workshop.
Capacity is very limited, so please make sure to register on time.