Main Program | Life After #MeToo



 
27 Oct 2019 09:00 - 10:00
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The dust has far from settled on #MeToo, “a movement that represents probably the greatest and most conspicuous collaboration of women since the suffragettes”, according to Sam George-Allen. With the viral hashtag in regular rotation in more than 85 nations and aftershocks still rippling around the world, feminists from Indonesia, Australia, Pakistan, and Turkey convene to discuss life after #MeToo.

Sebuah akhir masih jauh dari #MeToo, “sebuah gerakan yang barangkali mewakili kolaborasi terbesar dan paling mencolok dari para wanita sejak diberikannya hak pilih”, menurut Sam George-Allen. Dengan tanda pagar viral yang dilontarkan secara reguler di lebih dari 85 negara dan gebrakan lain yang masih terus berlanjut di seluruh dunia, para feminis dari Indonesia, Australia, Pakistan, dan Turki berkumpul untuk membahas kehidupan setelah #MeToo.

 

Featuring

Nazli Karabiyikoglu

Nazli Karabiyikoglu is a Turkish author and resident of Georgia. She escaped political and gender oppression in Turkey and helped create the #MeToo movement within the Turkish publishing industry. Nazli has five …


Sam George-Allen

Sam George-Allen is a writer and musician based in Tasmania, Australia. Her essays and cultural criticism have been published in The Lifted Brow, LitHub, Scum, Kill Your Darlings, Stilts, Overland and Griffith Review, among others. Her first book, Witches: What …


Sanam Maher

Sanam Maher is a journalist based in Karachi, Pakistan. For more than a decade, she has covered stories on Pakistan’s art and culture, business, politics, religious minorities and women. A Woman …


Rayya Makarim

Rayya Makarim is a screenwriter and producer. Her films include Pasir Berbisik (2001), Rumah Ketujuh (2003), Banyu Biru (2005), Jermal (2009), Buffalo Boys (2018), and the series Grisse produced by …



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