Events

Workshop: Creative Community Resistance – Brazilian migrant women in London

A conversation about how creative research methods can capture resistance against gendered violence among Brazilian migrants in London.

The event will include a round table led by Professor Cathy McIlwaine sharing the findings of the research 'Resisting Violence, Creating Dignity: negotiating Violence Against Women and Girls through community history-making in Rio de Janeiro',

12th May, 6-8pm
King's College, Bush House - North East Wing, 57 Aldwych London WC2B 4PA
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Talk: Resisting gendered violence

Body Mapping and Social Memory Technology for resisting gendered violence

A conversation about innovative research methods capturing formal and informal resistance against gendered violence in Rio de Janeiro.

Professor Cathy McIlwaine will be joined by Rosa Heimer, Julia Leal and Fernanda Vieira, both managers at the Women's House of Maré (Rio de Janeiro), and Moniza Rizzini Ansari

5th May, 6-8pm BST
King's College, Bush House - North East Wing, 57 Aldwych London WC2B 4PA
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Exhibition: Dignity and Resistance

Community pathways for resisting gendered urban violence in Rio de Janeiro and London.

Exhibition presents a range of creative outputs including photography, illustration, multimedia video and podcasts.

The launch will include a round table led by Professor Cathy McIlwaine sharing the findings of the research 'Resisting Violence, Creating Dignity: negotiating Violence Against Women and Girls through community history-making in Rio de Janeiro'. Cathy will be joined by Fieldwork Managers from the Women's House of Maré in Rio - Julia Leal and Fernanda Vieira - and Research Associate from the project, Moniza Rizzini Ansari.

The exhibition, open to the public, run through 13th May.

4th May, 6-8pm
The Exchange, King's College London
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More Than Skin Deep: Inspiring the Foster Carers of the Future

The Verbatim Formula is hosting two creative online workshops for foster cares to discuss their experiences of fostering, and how they can help us to reach others who could become carers.

TVF is a research project for care-experienced young people, which uses creative practices such as performance, film and poetry.
We are telling positive stories around experiences and journeys of care. We aim to inspire the foster carers of the future.

21st and 26th April, 12.30 – 2pm (UK Time)
Online, via Eventbrite link
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