“The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe”

Speakers

25/10/2019
00:00 - 00:00
Rue Montoyer, 40. 1000 Brussels
“The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe”
56419
601-the-metoo-social-media-effect-and-its-potentials-for-change-in-europe
0

In order to give you access to our events, FEPS processes your personal data together with any other organiser of this event mentioned in the description of the event and in accordance with 'FEPS’ data protection policy.

The launch of the pamphlet “The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe” will bring together the authors and the general public to discuss the findings as well as the broader issues surrounding the growth of the #Metoo movement exactly two years after its breakout. The pamphlet is co-edited by FEPS with Fondazione Socialismo.

The pamphlet will be published in FEPS website just after the presentation. Hard copies will be distribute during the event.


08:30 Registration & Coffee
08:45 Welcome
08:50 Presentation of the pamphlet
“The #Metoo Social Media Effect and its Potentials for Change in Europe”
09:00 Exchange between Marcella Corsi (Sapienza University of Rome), Jeanne Ponté (Co-founder of MetooEP) and the audience
09:35 Conclusions

Please register here

Network
Fondazione Socialismo ETS
Find all related publications
Publications
03/07/2024

Embracing Feminist Foreign Policy within EU strategic foresight capabilities

05/03/2024

A European feminist foreign policy?

The need for a progressive and transformative approach
19/02/2024

Women CSO leaders for systemic change

How to support feminist leadership in Europe
01/02/2024

Bridging the gender pay gap in the Western Balkans?

A country case study of Croatia, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia
Find all related events
Events
Upcoming
25 - 26/10/2024
Budapest, Hungary

Call to Europe – A free Hungary in a stronger Europe

Past
17/06/2024
Online (Closed door)

Feminist Foreign Policy Progressive Voices Collective meeting

Feminist approach to EU Strategic Foresight
08/03/2024
Budapest, Hungary

How to pursue gender equality in the context of right wing, authoritarian regimes?

The cases of Hungary and Serbia
Find all related news
News
22/03/2024

FEPS attends the 68th annual Commission on the Status of Women (CSW68)

08/03/2024

Discover the updated EU Care Atlas!

23/01/2024

Call for tender – FFP Research and network coordinator

This call for tender is now closed.
17/01/2024

Call for submissions – FFPPVC policy brief series

This call for tender closed on 16/02/2024
Find all related in the media
In the media

FEPS President on Euronews talk-show ‘Brussels, my love?’

by Euronews 16/03/2024
FEPS President Maria João Rodrigues discusses NATO expansions and elections in Russia and Portugal on Euronews talk-show ‘Brussels, my love?‘

A credible future beyond growth has to be feminist

by euobserver 17/05/2023
Euobserver article about the #BeyondGrowth conference mentions FEPS 'Defining Care' Policy Brief

Pay transparency can help close the gender pay gap but at what cost?

by Euronews 31/08/2022

How many inequalities can the world fight at the same time?

by Social Europe 07/07/2022