Décrivez les principales caractéristiques de la mesure/initiative:
Fémina, a collective of women in the arts, is united in the development of a continuous feminist cultural and artistic community, creating spaces for alternative feminist education, as well as spaces for communal living and recreation. The biggest event of the year is the Fémina Festival of art and culture, made by women, commemorating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November. This Festival presents arts such as: Cinema, Theatre, Visual Arts, Crafts, Stand Up, Performance, Music, among others. There are several workshops, a marketplace, and a talk show. The goal is to promote the visibility of women artists, craftswomen, and cultural managers, who work with the transverse nature of feminism and the quest for a society with equal rights and opportunities. The work developed by Fémina, including educational, recreational, and community-building spaces, is self-managed. Throughout the year, they become the facilitating steps in the process of raising awareness among the population and finally organizing the Festival, together with artists, organizations and allied groups, that make it possible for each event to be held on a voluntary basis. Mission: ● Fémina seeks to create community through cultural events made by women, from a feminist perspective, making artists, craftswomen and cultural managers visible in safe spaces for women. Vision: ● Fémina seeks to make society aware of violence against women and its macho culture through the use of Artivism. General Objective: ● To create a feminist cultural and artistic community. Specific Objectives: ● To make women artists, craftswomen and cultural managers visible. ● To create safe spaces for women to live together. ● Generate artistic-cultural events produced by women. ● Raise awareness of gender-based violence. ● Activate the female economy
Quels sont les résultats atteints jusqu’à présent grâce à la mise en œuvre de la mesure/initiative ?:
● The Fémina Art and Culture Festival, created by women, has been held since 2018, in a one-day event. It has been attended by at least 500 people from different backgrounds: women, workers, artisans, artists, trade unionists, youth, students, families, representatives of nongovernmental, autonomous, national and international organizations and the Media. ● The two versions of the Fémina Art and Culture Festival, made by women, have involved different allied organizations of artists, craftswomen, cultural managers, foundations, Media, etc, These include the City of Knowledge Foundation, the Community Development Network of the Americas (CDNA), UNDP, Guásimo Multimedia, Jacarandá College, the Municipality of Panama, the National Institute for Women (INAMU), Buena Vaina Panama, United Women, Carilimpia Theatre, IPANDETEC Central America, the Working Women's Network (MEDCOM), Radio 10, La Prensa and La Estrella de Panamá. ● Organic outreach: was shared voluntarily by influencers, human rights, social and feminist organizations, among others.