Jane Sloane, 2017-18 Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity, discusses her project FRAME: How Asia Pacific Feminist Filmmakers and Artists Are Confronting Inequalities, which launches on 27 November in Brisbane on the eve of the 12th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
As inscrições estão abertas até 20 de novembro de 2018 para o ano acadêmico 2019-20 da Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity – AFSEE (Atlantic Fellows para Equidade Social e Econômica), um programa totalmente financiado que oferece a oportunidade de estudar, em Londres, no International Inequalities Institute (Instituto Desigualdades Internacionais) da LSE, junto a acadêmicos renomados, profissionais experientes e organizações da sociedade civil.
Applications are open until 20 November 2018 for the third cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (AFSEE), a funded programme offering activists and social change leaders the opportunity to work with leading academics, practitioners and civil society organisations at the LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme based at the International Inequalities Institute, LSE, is one of seven programmes operating across five continents to advance fairer, healthier and more inclusive societies. The Fellows based at LSE are part of the first global cohort of 275 Fellows, announced today by the Atlantic Philanthropies.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity were celebrated by the Elders as Sparks of Hope, alongside the international activist groups that make up the Fight Inequality Alliance.
Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity recently connected with Fellows from programmes based around the world in Oxford. During a weekend of activities, including walks, dance, challenging conversations and quiet reflection, the Fellows began the process of developing a global network, allowing them to work collaboratively in the future.
Fredrick Ouko Alucheli has been appointed the new Disability Inclusion Advisor for Light for the World, an international disability and development organisation based in the Netherlands.
What are the best methods for challenging the status quo? What role does art play in addressing inequality? Can we learn from past examples of successful campaign groups? What does civic mobilisation look like in different regions of the world?
We are delighted to announce that Ebru Ilhan has joined the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme as the new Global Network Officer.
Prof Bev Skeggs, Academic Director of the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity, has been featured in a podcast for the site Social Media Bites.