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16 Days Of Activism

Unveiling GBV's life cycle impact, societal structures, and practical tools for change in this vital session.

45 mins
45 mins
45 mins

The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign. This session with Ayan will start to understand the layers of GBV.

We will explore the life cycle of women and girls by focusing on the many experiences women face in forming their identity and right to live fully. From the time of birth and well into adulthood, who we should be, how we should be and what we should be is influenced by how our societies function and are structured. Our spaces are androcentric and this workshop seeks to dismantle the patriachal normalisation of how women are treated throughout their life span.

We will cover:

  • An awareness of how family life, education and work spaces reinforce limitations placed on women and girls
  • Systemic dialogue and examples of how our attitudes normalise gender-based violence and discrimination
  • Co-creation of practical tools that can be applied directly post-workshop


Ayan Said is a global intersectionality consultant, spoken word artist and the founder of Voicing Voices, a consultancy firm that supports organisations to humanise their culture. Ayan is also an active member of the international community and recently spoke at the UN General Assembly with regards to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals.

What customers say...

"I liked that it allowed the team to have honest and open conversations. The content made us have to think deeply and the presentation included statistics that for many represented their personal stories and experiences."

£1,500 - £2,000
*Pricing is dependant upon format, duration and location.
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