An introductory training and briefing to study Unpaid Care Work in Sri Lanka was recently held in Negombo by the Women and Media Collective. The study is expected to analyse the value of unpaid care work through gender lens. Participants from Badulla, Kurunegala, Kandy, Batticaloa, Gampaha and Colombo attended the training on the 20th and … Continue reading Capacity Enhancing: Unpaid Care Work
Training programme for Women Local Councilors on Social Inclusion and Gender Sensitive Policy Making with Women’s Resource Centre in Kurunegala.
A workshop on Social Media for local council women members in the Ampara District was held in the Advanced Technological Institute Section in Samanthurai. This was a one day workshop held on the 17th of December 2018. 26 women local council members participated in the workshop. Both Sinhala and Tamil members attended the workshop where … Continue reading Social media workshop for local councilors (Ampara)
A Local Councils observers training was held on the 11th of September in Colombo for a carefully selected group of women to observe the proceedings of the Local Councils in the Southern, Eastern and Central parts of Sri Lanka. The purpose of the training was for the observers to learn the way in which local … Continue reading Local councils observer training
A social media workshop was organised by the Women and Media Collective for Feminist, women’s rights and sexual rights activists in the country. The workshop was designed to build a conversation around the prevailing narrative and content that is available online, particularly on social media, on the rights of women and sexual minorities. Defining advocacy, … Continue reading OutRight social media workshop
Women and Media Collective meets and trains with female candidates, contesting for the upcoming Local Government elections in February 2018. The meeting in Galle was organised by the Gami Kantha Peramuna.
Women and Media Collective meets and trains with female candidates, contesting for the upcoming Local Government elections in February 2018. The meeting in Kurunegala was organised by Women’s Resource Center.
Storytelling is a powerful medium that allows people to describe an experience to a listening audience. While there are many ways in which stories are told, the Association for Progressive Communications together with the Women and Media Collective held a digital storytelling workshop to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to tell ones story … Continue reading EROTICS: Digital Storytelling Workshop
In August 2016 feminists and sexual rights activists participated in a workshop on Feminist Politics of Technology and Digital Security organised by the Women and Media Collective together with the Association of Progressive Communications (APC). The workshop attempted to provide insights to how activists can harness the internet to talk about violence against women and … Continue reading EROTICS: Feminist Politics of Technology and Digital Security Workshop
To strengthen the capacity of government officials for the protection and promotion of the rights of women migrant workers and their families the Action Network for Migrant Workers or ACTFORM met with government representatives, members of civil society and the media on the 22nd of September 2015 in Nittambuwa. Through this meeting ACTFORM hopes to … Continue reading ACTFORM capacity building initiative