- Programme (PDF) and event outline
- Who could attend the conference
- Safer spaces agreement
- Glossary of terms used in the safer spaces agreement
- Venue and accessibility
A look back at AFem2014, by a member of the organising group.
“At a moment of backlash”, one organiser’s take on accessibility and accountability around AFem2014.
Session notes and summaries
More info will be added to this page as more and more people write up their experiences of the day, so watch this space.
Set up for the day, briefing safer spaces volunteers.
General meeting. This covered the background to the event, discussed the safer spaces agreement and what it means in practice, and gave space to ask questions about the safer spaces agreement.
After this, participants discussed their hopes for the event, with the aim of structuring the 5pm feedback session.
Introduction to anarchafeminism.
Workplace organising: Anarchafeminists at work and in workers’ organisations
Anti-fascism: what one of the Berkshire Antifascists members contributed.
Victim-survivor led challenges to violence and abuse in our communities: write-up at Project Salvage
Sex workers only session
Gender and capitalism: audio recordings
People of Colour only session
Empty Cages anti-prison workshop
Can’t Fuck/Won’t Fuck, based on the zine FUCKED: on being sexually dysfunctional in sex-positive queer scenes
Reproductive rights: An international approach: write-up by @fleabite531
Radical approaches to mental health
The Personal is the Political, Revisited: Anarchism in Love, Sex and Relationships
Disabled people only session: personal write-up
Trans people only session
Reproductive rights: Campaigning and direct action: write-up by @fleabite531.
Sex Workers Open University
Accountability processes: write-up
People of Colour feedback for all attending the conference
Disability, health and the anarchist movement
What is gender? a trans-led workshop: the whiteboard notes, a personal write-up of the transphobic hate at the end.
The various strands reported back to the main group, and people discussed ideas and plans for the short-term future.