Ceasefire Now! From across the globe

This is a transnational call for solidarity with the Palestinian people and a call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, and Yemen. A ceasefire – not a pause, nor a truce – is not the only demand, but is the first demand. Starting (and expanding) from the 153 countries that have signed the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide; we say Ceasefire Now! If you wish to contribute from a place/in a language that is not yet covered, with your typeface, lettering or calligraphy, head here. This post is updated once a week.

Aïr Mountains of Niger (Hawad and Naïma Ben Ayed), Algeria: Kabyle (Studio Akakir) Arabic (Brahim Boucheikha), Andorra (Laura Meseguer), Argentina (Fer Cozzi), Armenia: Western Armenian (Garine Gokceyan), Austria (Miriam Selina Surányi), Bahrain (Khajag Apelian), Belgium: Dutch (Clara Sambot and Laure Giletti) French (Eugénie Bidaut) German (Clara Sambot), Bolivia: Quechua (Letterjuice) Spanish (Ana Michel), Brazil (Luisa B), Bulgaria (Krista Radoeva), Canada: English (Grendl Löfkvist) French (Mathieu Desjardins), Chile (José Solé), China (Lisa Huang), Colombia (Laura Ramírez), Costa Rica (Fabiola Mejía), Croatia (Zrinka Buljubašić), Cyprus: Greek (Omiros Panayides) Turkish (Yaprak Buse Çağlar), Czech Republic (Rosetta and Kristýna Onallah), Democratic Republic of the Congo: French (Audry Kitoko Makelele) Lingala (Audry Kitoko Makelele), Denmark (John Vetter), Egypt (Najla Badran and Moussad Khudair Al-Borsaidy), Finland (Léo Guibert), France (Sina Fakour), Georgia (Akaki Razmadze), Germany (Selma Losch), Greece (Nataliah Qadreh), Iceland (Elena Schneider, submitted by Dina Benbrahim), India: Bangla (Tathagata Biswas) Gujarati (Lipi Raval) Hindi (Pooja Saxena) Kannada (Taresh Vohra) Tamil (Anagha Narayanan), Indonesia (Jimmy Ofisia), Iran (Sahar Afshar), Iraq (Mehrdad Moradi and Haifa Ferhan), Ireland (Michael Duggan), Italy (Francesca Bolognini), Iu Mien People (Faye Saechao and Francesca Bolognini), Jordan (Samar Zureik), Kuwait (Mohammad Sharaf), Lebanon (Rabab Charafeddine), Libya (Madghis M. Madi), Maldives (Thaana Type), Mexico (Romina Hernández), Morocco: Arabic (Khajag Apelian and Wael Marcos, submitted by Dina Benbrahim) Tamazight (Fouad Lahbib and Brahim Boucheikha), Netherlands (Hanna Donker), Nicaragua (Edwin Moreira), Norway (Benjamin R Gaupset), Pakistan (Abeera Kamran and Shaqa Bovand), Palestine (Omaima Dajani), Peru (Juan Villanueva), Poland (Maria Jarzyna), Portugal (Clara Borde de Castro), Romania (Andrei Ogradă), Russian Federation (Sasha Cherepanov), San Marino (Francesca Bolognini), Saudi Arabia (Walaa Beiruti), Singapore: English (Yingtong Tan) Mandarin (Yingtong Tan), Slovenia (Alja Herlah), South Africa (Pule kaJanolintji), Spain: Basque (Letterjuice) Catalan (Laura Meseguer) Galician (María Ramos) Spanish (Fermin Guerrero), Sweden (Lisa Maione), Switzerland: French (Daniel Haettenschwiller) German (Fabiola and Fabian) Italian (Luca Pellegrini) Romansh (Julien Mercier) Swiss German (Edgar Walthert), Syrian Arab Rebuplic (Mohamad Dakak), Thailand (Serii), Tunisia (Naïma Ben Ayed), Türkiye (Fevzi Yazıcı), United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Zeynep Akay), USA (Dyana Weissman), Uruguay (Matías Fernandez Di Iorio), Viet Nam (Đinh Đức Hải). To be continued.

More than a workshop

APRIL 2020. I’m scrolling through my Instagram feed and I see a post from @ofcommoninterest offering a free-of-charge 5-weeks long remote workshop. It’s a collective research looking into feminist periodicals in collaboration with @lesigne_cndg. The possibility of taking part in something exciting is plutôt rare these days! I applied immediately. A few days later my participation in the workshop is confirmed. Continue reading