Feminenza members in London celebrated International Women’s Day 2020 with an exhibition dedicated to recognising extraordinary people who have been (or continue to be) instrumental in furthering the advancement of women. The theme covered a broad range of fields –
“To build peace on desktops”… Is the motto of the Mar Elias High School in Ibillin, a small Arab Village in the Galilee, where Christians and Muslims have lived together peacefully for hundreds of years. Founded by Father Abuna Elias
Day 1 Understanding and Managing Fear – Part 1 Monday 15 October marked the first day of Feminenza’s Trauma Healing Workshop, bringing together 14 youth workers from the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands and Italy. The day was full of new
By Kira Andersen and Malene Maxon, Denmark Denmark, April 2015 For the third consecutive year, Feminenza and Oesthuset, a youth and women’s center in Denmark working with projects, events and activities for children, youth and their parents, hosted the Sisters
Feminenza North American facilitators living in Seattle, Washington, USA, conducted a series of Forgiveness workshops for the Cascade Women’s Program, a residential facility for women coming out of homelessness. The workshops were offered at no cost to participants, and funding
A LEADERSHIP PROGRAM FOR YOUNG WOMEN Peekskill High School, New York In the last two decades there has been a growing trend amongst youth in America with regards to two phenomena that seem to appear in conjunction with one other.
Young Women’s Leadership Program Eileen McGowan, Feminenza North America This program was initiated in 2014 with the support of ladies from Feminenza North America and the leadership of Eileen McGowan, an FNA Board member. The overall goal of the program
An interview with Mary Noble by Marion Verweij, the Netherlands Forgiveness is a word we use often but rarely do we stop and dwell upon the depth of healing and updating, of liberation and connection that true forgiveness can cause.
A conversation between Robi Damelin and Mary Noble In December 2007 a seminar took place about Forgiveness, Reconciliation and Peace, in Tel-Aviv, Israel. In the light of this seminar, Mary Noble and Brit Shneuer met with Robi Damelin. In March
An interview with Immaculée Ilibagiza by Joanna Francis, USA Immaculée Ilibagiza was born in Rwanda. Her life transformed dramatically in 1994 during the Rwanda genocide when she and seven other women huddled silently together in a cramped bathroom of a