We are waiting the year 2022 wishing that all of us together will have that sort of strength that we need! The strength for struggles, the strenght for health, the strenght for difficult moments, the strenth for joyfulness…
Recently we had the pleasure of taking part in the publication called Feminist Philanthropy: Stories of Resilience with the stories collected by Women’s Fund Armenia. We are glad to share the text from the publication written by Đurđa Trajković, RWF’s coordinator, and Galina Maksimović, RWF’s program and community coordinator, in which they reflect upon the local context of resourcing feminist movement and the foundations of Reconstruction’s working principles.
Get familiar with diverse feminist contexts by reading the full publication, available in English, right here!
In 2021, we have supported the work of Self-educational university “Svetozar Marković” through a series of encounters devoted to women workers, activists and theoreticians working in the late 19th century and early 20th century, as well as the translations of their texts published in “Little self-educational reading book No. 6”. On this occasion, we are talking to Irena Ristić and Saša Perić about self-education, as well as about the significance of the translated authors today.
Annie Hillar has over 20 years of experience in feminist philanthropy. working with PAWHR (Philanthropy Advancing Women’s Human Rights), Mama Cash, Global Fund for Women, serving on the PEX Co-Creation Council and as Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the Human Rights Funders Network.
Throughout the previous month, the entire RWF team was devoted to a campaign called Locally womanly and on the other side of borders. After 17 years of continuous awarding of “Žarana Papić” stipends, we decided to upgrade this program by enabling the budget for the stipends through individual donations of the wider community, with a particular focus on the diaspora.
Dear present and future friends, we miss you!
Volunteering centre of Vojvodina, an organization from Novi Sad, which, in addition to volunteering, promotes progressive practices and values such as anti-fascism, struggle against xenophobia, racism, nationalism, has recently organized a series of meetings of women activists supporting people on the move, with the support of our program Special Focus.
There is hope!
Liceulice magazine has recently celebrated LUL Week, while reminding ourselves of the importance of Liceulice’s work remains important each week and each day of the year, hence, this time we talked to Nikoleta Kosovac, program coordinator, and Milosav Marinović, director and editor in chief, about empathy and mutual support through solidarity economy.