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Presenting about Feminism

Feminism Training to Blind and Visually Impaired Women of Nepal

Published on: May 25, 2021

Prayatna Nepal conducted Feminism Training from 21st May 2021 to 24th May 2021 on virtual platform zoom. Altogether 23 participants along with board and staff of Prayatna participated in four days training. In this training, Participants from seven provinces were the part of the training. Four days Feminism Training was mostly focused on:

  • Concept of Feminism
  • History of Feminist Movement
  • Disability and Gender Equality Movement, Opportunity and Challenge
  • Values of Feminism
  • Patriarchy, Power/Privilege
  • International and National Policies and Program Related to Women

The main objectives of the training were to develop the basic concept of feminism, the feminist movement, and its related areas so that participants could play a strong supporting role to lead the Disability Feminist movement in the coming days. According to the participants, feminism training was completely new for them and they were very excited about being a part of the training. Prayatna Nepal would like to thank all the facilitators for their time and wonderful facilitation and all the participants for their proactive participation. Sincere Gratitude goes to Women Fund Asia for the funding support.

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