Empowering Women for Gender Equity
Who We AreAgenda Feminist Media is committed to giving women a forum, a voice and skills to articulate their needs and interests towards transforming unequal gender relations. We aim to question and challenge current understandings and practices of gender relations.
What We Do
Agenda has been at the forefront of feminist publishing in South Africa for the past 31 years. Through our flagship project, the Agenda journal, we raise debate around women’s rights and gender issues. Visit publisher Taylor & Francis Online to buy copies.
Agenda values participatory and transparent processes and provides opportunities for individual growth and development. We host quarterly feminist dialogues in Durban, Cape Town and Pretoria. See the bottom of this page for upcoming events near you.
Call for Abstracts: Gendered Implications of New Technologies and Posthuman Identities: Perspectives from the Global South
Extended Deadline: July 23, 2021SHORTER FOCUS: “Gendered Implications of New Technologies and posthuman subjectivities: perspectives from the Global South” LONGER FOCUS: “Gendered Implications of New Technologies and posthuman subjectivities:biology,...
REPORT – New conversations? Girls and Young Women Speak to the Legacy of Gender Based Violence in South Africa
by Sibusisiwe Maphumulo-Intern (06 September 2018) Gender based violence (GBV) is a profound human rights violation with major social and developmental impacts for survivors of violence, as well as their families, communities and society more...
Listen live via: www.radiodut.co.za Date: August 10, 2015 Time: 1 pm to 1:30 pm every Monday (English) 5:15 pm to 5:30 pm every Monday (isiZulu)
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Feb 18 2021 - Online Journal Launch
6:30 pm Cultural Dialogues for Feminist Creatives: Southern Voices. Click here to view.
Nov 22 2019 - Call for Abstracts
6:30 pm Cultural Dialogues for Feminist Creatives: Southern Voices. Guest editors: Professors Dr. Lliane Loots and Ms. Ongezwa Mbele.