Youth: Open Space #10 : Transnational Solidarity

Transnational solidarity is much needed in times of crisis. In the past twelve months, the region see youth-led solidarity rising both offline and online, namely #JunkTerrorLaw #WhatshappeninginThailand #TyphoonGoni and recently and currently #WhatshappeninginMyanmar including #MilkTeaAlliance. Transnational activism and solidarity is important for international pressure that can influence dynamic to certain crisis, Read more…

[Talk] ARTivism & Youth

Date: November 29th, 2020 Resource Persons: A. Rastra Yasland, Indonesia, ASEAN Youth Forum Key Talk: Arts, Human Rights, and Social Change: Case Studies B. Karina Jardin, The Philippines – Malaysia, Artdialogo Asia Key Talk: Art for Community Building and Social Change C. Alyana Cabral, The Philippines, SAKA (Artist Alliance for Read more…

[Workshop] Digital Security

Date: November 22nd, 2020 Resource Person: Dhyta Caturani (Indonesia). She is a feminist activist working on issues related to human rights, social justice, civil liberties, sexuality, women’s rights, and violence against women. It is significant to address emerging issues in the vast moving technology-based development era, one of which is digital Read more…

[Talk] Girls & Women Experience Harassment Online

Date: October 26th, 2020 Resource Persons: Reylynne Dela Paz (Plan International Asia Pacific) Stand with girls against online abuse -> https://plan-international.org/sign-the-letter In the Yangon Declaration (2014), we are pursuing and encouraging meaningful participation of marginalized groups, including girls and young women. By now, people’s participation has been facilitated through online Read more…