Feminist Network Small Projects Funding Awards Announced!

The CHASE Feminist Network are delighted to announce the recipients of our first round of Small Projects Funding. The network announced the grant awards on Thursday 17 January and awarded pots of up to £500 worth of funding for projects that meet the aims of their network. 

A spokesperson on behalf of the group said “We have been thoroughly impressed by the diverse and exciting projects that have come from the network, and would like to congratulate the recipients on their hard work and inspiring ideas.”

These projects include the set up of three new networks/working groups on feminist topics, including a Feminist Approach to Computational Technology (FACTnet), a Feminist Queer and Diaspora Studies working group, and Invisible Labour, Collective Care which will be looking at activism and invisible labour in everyday life.  There will be a womens/non-binary workshop on modular synth making run by #ladiesofmodular and a performance by #SERGINA exploring the themes of a body that is post-gender, and physicality as drag.  Last but by no means least we will be funding a series of workshops in Florida to increase access to reproductive health services.

More details on the link below, and keep an eye on our twitter feed @chasefeministnetwork for updates and further information as they get underway!

https://chasefeministnetwork.wordpress.com/2019/01/18/%ef%bb%bffeminist-network-small-projects-funding-awards-announced/