In the framework of the European project No means No, Garance invites you to participate in online discovery workshops. Several dates to choose from (see below)
Our workshops aim to :
- increase self-confidence, self-esteem and self-efficacy
- strengthen individual and collective capacity for action in the field of
prevention of violence,
- raise awareness of your rights and of existing support and intervention services,
- to strengthen the link between women living with a disability in order to overcome
isolation and to strengthen solidarity.
Our workshops are very popular moments of sharing about safety in the street and at home (or in institutions). Participants discover that they have much more capacity for safety than they usually imagine, and they come away feeling more confident in their interactions with the outside world.
Interested? Want to register?
Need more information?
These dates don’t suit you but you would still like to know more?
Contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I participate regardless of my disability?
Yes, the workshops are intended for women with motor disabilities who
Yes, the workshops are intended for women with motor disabilities who use a motor aid or not, as well as for women living with a chronic illness that impacts their mobility.
Is there a charge for the workshops?
Participation in the online or face-to-face workshops is free of charge.
What computer equipment is needed to participate online?
You need a computer or tablet with a built-in microphone and camera. A
A smartphone may be sufficient but is not the ideal medium.
What platform will you use for the online workshops?
We will send you a Zoom link for the workshop as soon as we have confirmed your registration. This link allows you to log in with any internet browser. If you have never participated in an online meeting before, we can do a trial run with you.
With the support of the European Commission, the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, the Brussels-Capital Region, the City of Brussels and the French Community Commission