The project connects errant womxn’s imaginaries to transformative activist experiences. The imaginary collective diary initiative consists of expressing in the form of diary what we wish to do or live, inhabiting our imagination. We have started it in April 2020, and worked on it both individually and through online collective writing. https://tutela.network/mujeres-errantes/imaginarios-de-cuarentena/ We are applying for funding too.
We are an informal, open and feminist international collective aimed at building connections among marginalised activist experiences in education and community work. We collect first-hand testimonies from activists and make them available in different languages to boost online and offline spaces of inspiration and mutual learning. We organise face-to-face workshops among activists and online encounters for professionals who are keen on learning from the recorded activist testimonies. In contexts of institutionalised knowledge production, including universities, we look for contact and breaking points with the activist experiences. We co-produce (multilingual) educational materials in the forms of videos, articles, cartographies and other creative and collaborative formats in different spaces, with different actors.