Em Português: Relatório – Práticas de resistência para enfrentar a violência urbana de gênero na Maré (Rio de Janeiro/Brasil)

Clique no link para ler o relatório completo e o resumo com os resultados qualitativos da pesquisa “Resistindo às violências de gênero: construindo dignidades de mulheres através da resiliência comunitária no Rio de Janeiro.” Acesse aqui o relatório completo Acesse aqui o resumo e recomendações de políticas públicas

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New paper published!

Click here to read the article recently published on Social and Cultural Geography Journal (April 2022) ABSTRACT Although the intensification of direct and indirect gendered violence against women during the COVID-19 pandemic has been extensively reported globally, there is limited research on women’s responses to it. Addressing calls to explore the relationships between emotional-affective atmospheres

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EXHIBITION LAUNCH + TALKS

Exhibition Launch will happen on the 4th May, from 6pm-8pm at The Exchange, King’s College London, followed by events on the 5th and 12th May Join us for the launch event of the exhibition “DIGNITY AND RESISTANCE: Community pathways for resisting gendered urban violence in Rio de Janeiro and London”, which explores the multilayered, formal and informal initiatives

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Research report: Resistance Practices to address gendered urban violence in Maré (Rio de Janeiro/Brazil)

Click on the link to read the full report and short summary with qualitative findings from the research Resisting violence, creating dignity: negotiating Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) through community history-making in Rio de Janeiro Click to read/Download the Research Report Click to read/Download the Key Findings and Policy Recommendations

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Women in sisterhood resisting violence in Guatemala

*Note: Originally posted on: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/latamcaribbean/2021/11/25/women-sisterhood-violence-guatemala/ A fire in a state-run shelter in Guatemala in 2017 brought together a group of women who have been fighting for justice for the victims ever since in this case.  Cathy McIlwaine, Jelke Boesten (King’s College London) and Rebecca Wilson (Latin American Bureau) recall this incident and other two experiences of grassroots work throughout Latin America and

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Migrants in Action (MinA)

Blog Series: reposting Latin America Bureau and King’s College London partnership As part of our ongoing collaborative Women Resisting Violence project in partnership between LAB and King’s College London, we are spotlighting Latin American grassroots campaigns and organisations that counter violence against women and girls. Read on to learn about Migrants in Action, a community theatre group led by

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