Y sigue la MMM: Rumanía y Serbía



Friday, 27 March
Arrival and meeting point at Centrul Claca. There is a parking place available.From Centrul Claca, everybody will go to the designated sleeping place.

Saturday, 28 March

11:00 – 13:00 – Feminist Caravan: introduction and presentations.
13:00 – 14:00 – Lunch
14:00 – 16:00 – Discussion: The social situation of Roma women in Romania.
16:00 – 17:00 – Coffee/Tea break
17:00 – 18:00 – Conclusions / End of the meeting
19:00 – 24:00 – Optional participation// Claca event in solidarity with the Common Front for the Right to Housing (http://fcdl.ro/common-front-right-housing/), organized by women from the evicted comunity in Rahova Uranus (Bucharest): discussion, movie projections, manele party.

Fuente de las fotografías: Facebook Caravana Feminista 2015.

Discussion: The social situation of Roma women in Romania

Roma women are considered to be the most vulnerable social group in Romania due to high risk of poverty, discrimination and social exclusion; facing social constraints both inside and outside Roma communities. However, Roma women are a very heterogenic social group, with different social background, constellations of family relations, identification with Roma traditions and group belongings. For understanding their situation and reflecting on solutions of improving their situation, there will be presentations and discussions with Roma and non-Roma women on the following topics:

The socio-political situation of Roma women at structural level
Early marriages in a Roma feminist perspective
Experiences in grassroots work in the Roma community of Mizil (small town, about 100 km away from Bucharest).

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Sunday, 29 March
12:00 – 13:00 – Lunch
13:00 – 16:00 – Discussion: Romanian women in social movements and grassroots organization
16:00 – 17:00 – Coffee/Tea break
17:00 – 18:00 – Conclusions / End of the meeting
19:00 – 22:00 – Optional participation// Concert Old Trees, Underworld Club. Old Trees is a DIY folk punk band rooted in eco anarchist, vegan and queer feminist beliefs. https://www.facebook.com/OldxTreesx

Discussion: Romanian women in social movements and grassroots organization

From unceasing involvement in the „Save Roşia Montană” movement to the fight for housing rights that is on the rise now in Romania, from socially and politically conscious street art to non-formal education, from community organization to keeping alive autonomous spaces, Romanian women are working and fighting in the frontline for political awareness and social justice. Women from various struggles and causes will be invited to share their stories, with a focus on their specific conditions and visions as women in a male-dominated society.

*Centrul Claca is a community-organized independent center, with an anti-capitalist, anti-racist, queer-feminist positioning. In Romanian, the word „claca” means a group of people doing voluntary, spontaneous and free work, helping each other. Centrul Claca is organizing and/or hosting activities organized by other collectives: free-shops, political cinema viewing, a feminist reading group, alternative library, meetings of The Common Front for Housing Rights and Rhythms of Resistance Bucharest, etc.
It is based in Bucharest, in a building of an old factory, Pionierul.
Piata Bucur – Str Tabacarilor nr 7 (Last building on the left. Arrows will guide you to it)

CLACA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/centrul.claca

CLACA WEB: https://centrulclaca.wordpress.com/

FCDL: http://fcdl.ro/common-front-right-housing/



Fuente: Caravana Feminista 2015-MMM.

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MMM-Caravana 2015.

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