A Feminist Struggle. The Importance of Humanism

Pace, M. (Speaker), Line Gessøe (Other)

Activity: Talk or presentationLecture and oral contribution

Description

There is a feminist struggle in our community. A humanitarian crisis. We need to create more respect for feelings, to recognize feelings and make room for diversity in humanity. We must beware not to give in to populism, but embrace humanism. I'm talking to professor Michelle Pace from Roskilde University, Denmark.
Michelle grew up in Malta, in a strict catholic culture. She had to find her own way, lived in England for several years and is now living in Denmark teaching global studies at the university. Michelle has a profound understanding of different cultures and the importance of embracing diversity.
This episode is in English, though most of the other episodes are in Danish. The title of the podcast is Ligestilling:nu
After the intro we start talking about the Pope visiting Iraq. Here is an image of the visit: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/mar/05/pope-francis-baghdad-iraq-tour (the Pope with 3 “chaperones” escorting him. The Grand Ayatollah Sistani with no additional chaperones and in his humble home.
Period26 Mar 2021
Held atLIGESTILLING:NU (Gender Equality: Now), Denmark
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • Malta
  • Catholic Church
  • feminism
  • humanism
  • Catholicism