Reclaiming Our Spaces: Report of the 1st African Feminist Forum
The feminist movement, as an ideological and political space, is made up of the many individuals and organisations committed to challenging and dismantling patriarchal oppressions in all their
manifestations. The persistent threat to overthrow the gains made for women in the last 20 years or so, has challenged the African women's movement to create a nurturing and protected space in which to reflect, strategise and build solidarity. The first African Feminist Forum (AFF) took place from 15th - 19th November 2006, bringing together 120 participants from 16 African countries and the Diaspora working at different levels of feminist engagement and activism such as academia, NGOs (at international, regional, national and local levels), philanthropy, the Arts and media, and those working in the UN System.
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