NBF@Feminism behind segregation walls

Women are rising up for their rights everywhere, from German to Italy, Hong Kong to Bolivia, and Rojava to Palestine. But what does it mean to be a feminist behind segregational walls?
On Sunday February 9th, No Border Feminism hosted a panel in Berlin with three amazing speakers in order to highlight and explore the perspectives of women in struggle under occupation. Together with Davide Grasso – Italian political activist and writer with direct experience in both Rojava and Palestine – Fidaa Alzaanin – gender studies researcher and feminist activist from Gaza –  and Amara – from the European Jineolojî committee – we aimed to build a bridge between these two realities, where the struggle for liberation of the land cannot go without women’s liberation, liberation from patriarchal society and liberation from the patriarchal system of war and occupation.