MIL Network Launches Feminism School to Educate Young People about Feminism

The MIL Network, a public project in Azerbaijan, has launched the MIL Feminism School to educate young people about feminism, including its development, branches, waves, and movements in Azerbaijan and neighbouring countries. 

The school will be led by Fatima Ismayilova, a member of the MIL Network who is currently studying for a master’s degree in social sciences and researching the feminist movement in Azerbaijan. 

The program will be held online via the Zoom platform, and participants aged 18-30 can apply through an application form. Deadline is 31st March.

The sessions will be held on weekends in April 2023, and participation is free of charge.

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