This 3-part workshop series is a guide to understanding feminism and concepts of gender in ourselves and our society
The word “feminism” can elicit extreme reactions. Some completely identify with it, while many say: “I believe in gender equality but I am not a feminist.”
What exactly is feminism? The definition can vary from feminist to feminist, and many misconceptions prevail.
To help women and men understand feminism better, AWARE has put together this series that explores the history of the feminist movement, how gender roles are shaped over time, the gender messages that are embedded in popular culture, and what feminism means today.
This thought-provoking series includes lectures and group exercises, and allows each participant to evaluate their own concepts of gender and how they perceive the other sex.
Men, particularly fathers, are strongly encouraged to participate.
Click on the links to register:
Workshop 1 – History of feminism
24 April 2012,7pm-9pm
By: Ms Braema Mathi
Workshop 2 – Reclaiming the F-word. What does feminism mean to me?
22 May 2012, 7pm- 9pm
By: Corinna Lim
Workshop 3–The Princess Ideology Debunking the Myths
December 2012, 7pm-9pm
By: Dr. Chitra Sankaran
Venue: AWARE Centre
Workshops can be booked individually.
$15 for two persons
$8 for two persons
**To enjoy their discount, members need to log in with their username and password on the AWARE website to sign up for the workshop. Click Forgot Password to have your username and password emailed to you.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6779-7137.