The session will shed light on the needs and demands of marginalized women with regards to the post-revolution transition period in Sudan, and approaches on making these voices heard and taken into account in the shaping of the new system.
It furthermore will focus on lessons learnt from the cooperation project between the Sudanese Bana network of WHRD and KURVE Wustrow, with regards to:
How is intersectionality relevant to the setup of a cooperation?
How can intersectionality (or rather intersectional discrimination) be addressed with an empowerment approach?
How can participatory action research be a part of this empowerment process in times of political transitions?
Which dynamics foster and hinder participation of marginalized women in a transition time after a nonviolent revolution?