The donations collected with this activity will go to Rights for All Women.

Global estimates published by WHO indicate that about 1 in 3 (35%) women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime.

RAW was founded in 2007, they work to combat violence against women in all its forms. Their focus is on women’s rights projects in developing countries where they work with local organizations for the same cause. RAW is based on the  UN definition of violence against women and this is done by:

  • Advocacy and information work
  • Capacity building and technical upgrading of collaborators
  • Direct financial support to partners

Currently they have a project in Cameroon, South Africa and Peru. In case you want to read more about this humanitarian organization, please check their website here:


Description of the workshop:

What does it mean to be a woman in the current society? Is it the same everywhere in the world? Do we all face the same challenges? And do we have the same aspirations? Are there boundaries to our gender identity?

Raquel is a solo female traveler and photographer, capturing the untold stories and the beauty of being a woman. She searches for answers for these questions in the testimonies of women she has come across on her journey, conveying them in Voices of Women – her photographic tribute to women. Through her art, photography, she will share with us her trip around Asia, telling us how the experience helped her rediscover herself as a woman and made her commit to fighting for gender equality.

But…who is Raquel? She is the founder of Voices of Women – a platform that aims to discuss topics like feminism, gender discrimination and gender identity among others, in order to give more insight into these debates.  You can read more about her here. While showing her photographic work she will share those experiences and thoughts that led her to this project, aiming to raise awareness among the audience about the gender inequality and women rights violation happening around the world.

With this workshop you will also see a comparison between western countries and the rest of the world regarding these issues. At the end of the talk there will be room for a discussion,  Q&A and debate about these topics, where you will be able to share your opinion.

And the most important… you will support a nice cause 🙂 !!

Don’t miss this great opportunity and sign up to our event!!


Location and time:

Saturday 8th April 5 p.m -7.00 p.m

Cafe Retro Nørrebro

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