The Feminist Anti-Violence Research Collective (FemAnVi) is a stimulating space aiming to develop and support research, social interventions and activist actions within feminist battles on violence against women. Its activities occur within a context of reciprocity and knowledge co-construction involving feminist and pro-feminist researchers, students, practitioners and activists.
More specifically, FemAnVi’s objectives are as follows:
To mobilize researchers, students, practitioners and activists who have been involved in the feminist movement against violence against women, and to foster collaboration and reciprocity between those groups.
To facilitate the co-construction of knowledge, practices and actions that contribute to the feminist movement against violence against women;
To facilitate the diffusion and the mobilization of feminist knowledge on violence against women, in order to raise awareness and initiate a critical reflection on policies, practices and actions in the violence against women arena.
To contribute to research training in the violence against women arena.