E' terminato l'11 Febbraio 2017 a Parma il progetto "Donne unite contro l'Islamofobia" sostenuto dalla rete europea antirazista ENAR. PDF Stampa E-mail









Segue una sintesi in inglese:


Roberto Mazzini (Giolli):
- greetings from ENAR and some participants from the seminar in October who could not come.
- Information about the framework where the project « Women united against Islamophobia », is included (Forgotten women).
- Steps lead during the 6 months project. Input come by the first seminar. The tehatre workshop and the 5 performances.
- Questions coming out from the pathway :
why there is a little collaboration between feminist and european women with Muslim women? Maybe are there stereotypes and prejudices against Muslim women? Or ethnocentrism? The idea that essentially Islam is oppresing women ? False or real divergences to face?

video by Jasmina Tesanovic about invisibility of women (writer from Serbia:www.facebook.com/jasmina.tesanovic.9?fref=ts).
skype conference with Annalisa Gadaleta (Assessore at Culture of Commune Molenbeek Saint Jean – Brussel: www.facebook.com/annalisa.gadaleta?fref=ts and www.repubblica.it/…/_qui_i_ragazzi_cercano_disperatamente_…/ and www.famigliacristiana.it/…/assessore-comunale-io-italiana-v… and www.quotidiano.net/esteri/molenbeeck-salah-1.1996759)
Elisa Rapetti (Centro per la Formazione alla Solidarietà Internazionale - Trento): inputs to reflect about women, gendre, feminism. The polarity in feminist movement among who think Muslim women are oppressed as Muslim and on the opposite the idea they are free to wear and believe in God until they would start a pathway of emancipation.
Enisa Bukvic (writer from Mostar in Bosnia-Erzegovina: www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100007791648946&fref=ts - www.infinitoedizioni.it/autore.php?tid=13 and www.youtube.com/watch?v=31BANTL4FlM and www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=171462).
- Max Filoni (Giolli): feedbacks about audience’s interventions during the 5 performances in Parma, Milano, Reggio Emilia, Pieve di Cento and Trento, reaching 140 spectators.

Several issues were tocuhed about integration/inclusion, the burkini and the right to choose how to dress, the different attittude in first and second generation of migrants, the radicalisation and the misuse of religion, the fundamentalisms, etc.
A true and honest debate was established among different points of view.

The group agreed to meet again to deepen the debate and to find a way to proceed by involving more people, mainly women from different cultures and backgrounds.
Many questions remained open like how to tackle Islamophobia, if integration is the priority now, the relationship among second generation and its role in inclusion, etc.