Developing an Intersectional Approach to Training on Sexual Harassment, Violence and Hate Crimes Guide for Training Facilitators This document offers guidance to training facilitators on how to incorporate intersectionality into existing trainings on bystander intervention and first response to disclosures of violence. This is not meant as a separate training programme in and of...

In the blog of Trànsit Projectes this article (available only in Spanish) has been published that talks about the project Igualtats Connectades. The days leading up to the March 8 feminist strike, full of necessary conversations about gender equality, are a great opportunity to revive the debate on the meanings of...

On February 13th 2019 will take place the European Congress "Intersectionality in local policies: experiences, tools and debates" as part of the Equality Connected project. The programme has plenary sessions, simultaneous round tables and workshops. You can check the complete programme here. There are limted places. Have you already...

We have good news! Because we want our content to get to everyone interested, the videos of the "Workshop and debate Cycle on Intersectionality in the City" are now available with Spanish subtitles. To view them, you have to select the language page in Spanish and automatically the videos will display...

Debates and challenges in the application of intersectionality in the local sphere For the last workshop in the Cycle on Intersectionality in the City that will be held on November 28, there will be Gerard Coll-Planas, Phd in sociology at the UAB and professor at the Vic University, where he directs...

"Intersectional perspective for social intervention" Marisela Montenegro has a degree in Psychology from the Central University of Venezuela and a PhD in Social Psychology from the Autónoma University of Barcelona. She has also been interested in the critical analysis of social intervention processes from feminist and postcolonial perspectives, as well as...