About this event
From Fear and Shame to Partnership and Understanding: Young people speak out on rape culture and societal indifference to women’s equality.
Panellists: Kat Martin, Molly Martin, Michael McConway, Olga Karczmarczyk and Rose Winter.
Inspired by our work on The Shedding Of Skin Kabosh are working with young activists from across the North come together to discuss the persistent and insipid phenomena of gender inequality in our society. Conversation will explore how these themes manifest in relationships and interactions in private and in public.
Panellists will discuss issues such as consent, fear, stigmatisation, sexual assault and sex education. These topics will be scrutinised with a view to moving forward towards greater openness, understanding and equality amongst genders.
We’ve brought together a group of the savviest and most clued-in young people, who are passionate about the way sexual education, consent and gender are modelled among young people in our society.
This panel discussion will see them air their views, answer your questions and explore the ways we can change the conversation about sex, gender, consent and intimate violence for the good of us all.
This panel will happen on zoom.
The young people have come to Kabosh through Macs and Reimagine Remake Replay.
Macs work with children and young people (aged 6 –25) who haven’t had a fair deal. They may be experiencing homelessness, substance abuse, self-harm, mental health issues, leaving care or they are generally at risk.
Reimagine Remake Replay is led by a consortium of museums in Northern Ireland. It aims to connect young people and heritage through meaningful ways through creative media and the latest technologies whilst delving into museums collections in new ways.