march, 2021

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On March 20th, the Womanhood & International Relations podcast will host its first virtual festival on Women + Water.
As World Water Day 2021 nears, join us for a full day of interviews, connections and conferences on gender & water security; menstrual poverty eradication and WASH projects in India, Georgia, Armenia, North Macedonia, Scotland and Mexico.
Our objective is to connect women internationally on 1 day to celebrate all the work being done to WASH goals and all the possibilities we can pursue together to reduce inequalities.
Can we close the gender gap in the water sector? Let’s unite to make it happen.
On Saturday, March 20th, 2021 we will feature the change taking place and voices leading the way in English and Spanish languages.


8:00 A. M. EST WATER SECURITY IN MUMBAI – An interview with Ambika Vishwanath and Priyanka Bhide, co-founders and directors of Kubernein Initiative
9:00 A. M. EST SANITATION JUSTICE IN THE BALKANS AND CAUCASUS REGION – A panel interview with Anna Samwel, Director of WECF Georgia; Natasha Dokovska Spirovska: Programme Director at Journalists for Human Rights; and Verena Demmelbauer, Water & Sanitation Coordinator at WECF.
10:00 A. M. EST GENDER RESPONSIVE WASH PROJECTS TOOLKIT – A framework presentation of the latest report of Women Engage for a Common Future
11:00 A. M. EST RED ON WHITE FILM SCREENING + Q&A WITH DIRECTOR LUISA PASSALACQUA – Red on White is a short ethnographic documentary film about how preadolescent girls find out about their bodily changes during development.
12:30 P.M. EST WOMEN + WATER NETWORKING SESSION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH WOMEN BEING MAGAZINE: Water Security, Menstrual Poverty, Gender & Climate Change, Migration & Human Rights
3:00 P. M. EST EL ROL DE LAS MUJERES EN LAS ESCUELAS DE LLUVIA -Entrevista a Ana Paula Mejorada, Directora de Programa en Isla Urbana
4:00 P. M. EST AUTOCUIDADO Y HERBOLARIA PARA LA RIQUEZA MENSTRUAL: Entrevista a Cecilia Ibarra e Ilse Alonso, Fundadoras de Construyendo Mujeres Libres y Sanas
5:00 P.M. EST COOPERATIVA GUARDIANAS DEL AGUA Y ECONOMÍAS SOLIDARIAS – Conversatorio con Fernanda Connelly, Natalia Lara Trejo, Patricia Eduviges Silva López y Misheyla Ruiz
6:30 P.M. EST WOMEN + WATER NETWORKING SESSION EN ESPAÑOL EN ALIANZA CON GREEN PRETZEL: Seguridad Hídrica y Proyectos WASH, Pobreza Menstrual, Género y Cambio Climático, Migración y Derechos Humanos
8:00 P.M. EST NOCHE DE POESÍA MENSTRUAL A BENEFICIO DE ROMPER LA REGLA – Conferencia magistral con Dalila Torres, Vianey Hernández, Damaris Hernández, Natalie Reyes y Fernanda Vázquez. Declamaciones por las poetas Déborah Ruce, Sam, Mon Popoca, Xavie Gálvez y Gumo.
OUR GIVE BACK IN THIS EDITION: 20 % of each ticket sold will be donated to Romper la Regla, a Mexican grassroots and women-led organization to support the buildup of an educational web platform on menstrual health, rights and dignity in Mexico and Latin America to be released by Summer 2021.
1. Access to all conferences in English and Spanish languages
2. Access to all the recordings and any downloadable materials provided from our partners in this first edition
3. Discounts for participation in the conferences and events organised by WomenBeing
4. A Thank You Message & Your name added to the list of supporters of this edition of the podcast
5. Digital Certificate of Participation Available upon Request
The Womanhood and International Relations podcast began in September 2019 to explore the intersection between women’s personal and international experiences.
Hosted by Puerto Rican journalist and international producer Natalia Bonilla, in the platform we have weaved together knowledge on feminist theory applied to IR and most recently began shedding light on organizations, inspiring initiatives, activists and researchers working for gender perspectives and women’s rights.
Our audience is mostly female IR experts, activists and entrepreneurs from various fields.
You can listen to the Womanhood and IR podcast on iTunes, Spotify and Anchor FM.
Natalia Bonilla is an award-winning international journalist, communications consultant & experiential producer with more than a decade working in over 12 countries.
She is the founder, producer and host of the Womanhood & International Relations podcast and producer of Ser Mujer en Latinoamérica documentary map which features close to 700 testimonials of gender based violence in 18 countries of the LAC region.
Bonilla holds an M.A. in International Relations from the University of York, a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Puerto Rico and a Pg.Dp. in Conflict and Peace Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.



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