Community of Practice: Women's Health, Poverty and Discrimination
TGFM members only: Participate in the first Community of Practice meeting that will focus on feminist intervention practices and violence against women.
FEMINIST INTERVENTION PRACTICES AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
Guest speaker and facilitator: Isabelle Marchand
Isabelle is a professor of social work at the Université du Québec en Outaouais, Saint-Jérôme Campus. She teaches in the field of collective intervention and community development.
In 2010, she edited with Christine Corbeil, the book L'intervention féministe d'hier à aujourd'hui : portrait d'une pratique sociale diversifiée.
Since then, she has pursued various projects related to feminist intervention and intersectionality. She also specializes in issues related to aging from a feminist and intersectional perspective.
Objectives of the meeting
→ (Re)visit the foundations and aims of feminist intervention through an intersectional lens.
→ Reflect collectively on the influences of an intersectional approach in your interventions.
→ Discuss concrete applications in intervention based on your experiences and expertise.
→ Share your practices and resources with other groups.
Date, time and location
Date: September 21, 2022
Time: 1:30 to 3:30 pm
Location: On ZOOM
Presentation language: French (if you need translation, let us know in the register form below)
This activity is part of the TGFM Community of Practice: Women's Health, Poverty and Discrimination and is reserved for members. The objective is to promote the sharing of expertise and tools among those working on the inequalities experienced by Montreal women in the areas of gender, health, poverty and discrimination.