“Visibility of LBT+ Women/Women’s Socialisation in Feminist Mobilization”

Nafas LGBTI Azerbaijan Alliance and Q Collective have announced a panel discussion on “Visibility of LBT+ Women/Women’s Socialisation in Feminist Mobilization”, inviting the public to participate.

The panel discussion will be held on March 9, 2023, at 18:00 at the Baku Community Space located at SAT Plaza, 133 Bashir Safaroglu Street. Azad Bakhti, Ali Malikov, and Leyla Hasanova will be the guests of the discussion, and Cavid Nabiyev will moderate the event.

The event aims to discuss the issues and challenges faced by LBT+ women and women’s socialisation in feminist mobilisation. The panellists will share their views and experiences on the topic, and the participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in the discussion.

Those interested in participating in the event can register through the provided link

The organisers hope to provide a platform for a constructive discussion and contribute to increasing awareness of the issues faced by LBT+ women and women’s socialisation in Azerbaijan.

Vahid Aliyev
Vahid Aliyev
Vahid Aliyev is an LGBTIQ+ rights defender and an expert on Azerbaijan for ILGA-Europe. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in Queer History at Goldsmiths University in London. He is a freelance translator and researcher who collaborates with organisations such as IMAGINE, OC Media, Caucasus Edition, Minority Azerbaijan, and many others. His main focus is on conflicts and sexuality, queer theory and history, queer feminism, and the role of capitalism in the formation of LGBTIQ+ communities and globalisation. He is the founder of the "Blue" idea association, which is engaged in various types of research related to sexuality and gender, queer history and theories, sociology, and politics.

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