A key focus of the Networks for Change and Wellbeing project is to undertake regular dialogues and symposiums for all involved in the project, especially students.
July 2016, Durban, South Africa
Moderated panel: Youth Voices from the Ground Up: Solidarity, Strength and Resilience. International Pre-conference on HIV and AIDS.
Travel: Dr Mumbi Mwangi, a Carnegie diaspora scholar visiting NMMU, invited the ‘Girls Leading Change’ to St Cloud, Minnesota, USA. Here the 13 girls presented their work in a Women on Wednesday Series
February 2016, South Africa
Training Institute: Attended by post-doctoral fellows, PhD students, Masters students, and junior members of staff from NMMU, NWU, DUT, and KZN
October 2015, Montreal, Canada
Workshop: Digital Media-Making Workshop for Indigenous Women & Two-Spirited Folks, McGill University Community Engagement Day
May 2016, Montreal, Canada
Workshop: Participatory Media Production – Eagle Spirit High Performance, McGill University (May 19-21, 2016).
Feminist Dialogues Series:
Transforming violent culture and building platforms for young women (June 2014).
“How does/would a girl-led response(s) to sexual violence look like?” (March 19, 2015).
Sexual violence and the campus survey(August 19, 2015).
Foregrounding the Voices of girls and young women in AIDS activism (July 2016).
October 2015, Montreal, Canada Film screening:
Highway of Tears screening followed by a discussion at McGill University and the McCord Museum (October 28, 2015).