Episode 49: What would a feminist Europe look like?
with Saboura Naqshband, Daphne Büllesbach and Prune Antoine24th February 2020
The rise of the far right across Europe has given new life to the anti-feminist agenda. How do we stop the roll back and go on the offensive for a new agenda for a feminist Europe? On this podcast, hosts Zoe Williams and Luke Cooper are joined by a panel of guests in Berlin to discuss the state of women’s rights in Europe and the need for new and intersectional feminist vision. Saboura Naqshband is an academic, activist and co-founder of the Berlin Muslim Feminists Collective, Daphne Büllesbach is a pan-European activist and the vice-president of European Alternatives Berlin, and Prune Antoine is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Sisters of Europe. The podcast was recorded at a live audience event in Berlin organised in collaboration with European Alternatives in Berlin and supported by the European Cultural Foundation as part of its Democracy Needs Imagination programme.
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