Feminism on the roads

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Feminism on the roads is a monthly podcast that will make you discover Icelandic feminism. Going all over this tiny island to give a voice to as many women as possible. Seeing how a country such as iceland as become the most equal country in the world and what does that mean on an everyday bases in women's and men's lives. Sur les routes du féminisme est un podcast mensuel qui vous fera découvrir le féminisme Islandais. War hentoù ar gwregelouriezh a zo ur podcast a lako ac'hanoc'h da ziozoleiñ ar gwregelouriezh e Bro ar skorn. Podcast by Aziliz Podcast Logo : Lucie Bouchet

29 épisodes

18 juillet 2020 - 00:25:57
A year ago I was taking the plane from Paris to Keflavik international airport, it was my first time travelling alone at only 16 years old. Arriving at the airport, taking the bus from Keflavik to Reykjavik, I had the feeling of beeing on another planet. But then I got to talk with Icelandic citizens and they made understand their strange country. I've studied the evolution of their feminist movement going from is history to what they wanted for the futur. This futur that in the summer of 2019 couldn't predict what was gone happen in 2020 but which was full of hope and ideas to make the movement evolve. I've decided to share you those ideas as goodbye for now.  I don't have more Icelandic stories to tell but I may come back at anytime with a bunch of new stories to share with you ! Have a nice summer and see you later for new discoveries ! "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.    
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4 juillet 2020 - 00:27:04
Medias are a powerful tool to give a voice to movements such as feminism. But how do women access those areas of power ? Is it easy in Iceland ? And what about members of the LGBT+ community or people from a multicultural background ? By testimonies of podcasters, writers and the public will try to understand the way medias work in Iceland.    "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.    
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20 juin 2020 - 00:29:20
The intersectional movement is striving at the moment to help the anti-racist movement. In this episode will see how multiculturality and feminism in Iceland are only starting to intervolve. I've wanted to interview foreigners living in Iceland to see their perspective on feminism. During those interviews I've realised that insclusivity was still and issue on that field to and that foreigners go through issues that Icelandic feminist don't know that much about. I couldn't stay without sharing to you links to educate yourself on racism and also on how to be a great ally after all that happened in the last weeks.  This document was created by Sarah Sophie Flicker, Alyssa Klein in May 2020 it's a compilation of anti-racist ressources :  bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES (http://bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES)  Fund for George Floyd memorial :  https://www.gofundme.com/f/georgefloyd  Fund for Adama traoré familly in France :  https://www.okpal.com/adama-traore/#/  And don't forget to go to your local if you are able to !    "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.   
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6 juin 2020 - 00:37:32
Intersectionality is a concept that is becoming louder and louder in feminism all around the world. It's the idea that fights intervolve and that feminism fights for women's rights, but also against all types of discriminations. Whether it's due to your gender, your skin color, your sexual orientation, gender identity... In this episode will see to what extent is Icelandic feminism intersectional, by the point of vue of members of the LGBTQ+ community and the disabled community.   "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.   
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2 mai 2020 - 00:42:56
The hjalli model is a type of school where boys and girls learn separated to help them unlearn social gender normativity. The first time I've heard of this school was in a sociology class and I was quite surprised by the idea. My curiosity led me to visit this school at the end of my trip. So here his a taste of what this school looks like.   To learn more about this podcast don't forget to follow me on social medias ! "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant. 
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4 avril 2020 - 00:30:52
In this new episode we will talk about school and equality. It's strange to talk about it when most schools are closing because of the coronavirus crises but I didn't imagine this coming. I hope you are all good and in a safe place and I turn my thaughts to those who still have to work during this hard time. This episode is here to make you think about another thing for a little bit. In this mix and match of testimonies of teachers and students on sex education and gender studies classes. "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.    
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6 mars 2020 - 00:28:08
To conclude on #Metoo I wanted to talk about the way the juridical system works in Iceland. In lots of countries women aren't listened when they report a case of sexual violence. Most cases are dismissed cause they aren't enough evidences. In Iceland it's still the case, but some are researching and looking for a new way to judge thoose cases. I hope this episode will help you and I send special thoughs to victims of asaults or violences together we stand and one day will have justice !  "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.   
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1 février 2020 - 00:29:14
#Metoo helped women's to share they storiesand this is a major landmark for feminism around the world and in Iceland. I had the opportunity to interview some men's to try to understand what impact did #Metoo had on them ? Karlmennskan : https://www.karlmennskan.is/  "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.   
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4 janvier 2020 - 00:31:16
The #Metoo had a very big impact in Iceland, this Iceland is so little that this hashtag spread very quickly through all generations. However this country seems equal violences are still a problem. Thats why #Metoo changed the point of vue of a lot of Icelanders. In this episode you will hear what happened will #Metoo in Iceland and what impact did it had. Organizations helping victims of violences : The women's shelter (https://www.kvennaathvarf.is/)  Stígamót  (https://www.stigamot.is/)  "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant.  
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7 décembre 2019 - 00:14:40
 To end 2019 I wanted to share with you the look that Icelanders have on feminist waves. Those waves usually studied by gender studies help to remember and classify the feminist movement but how do people see those waves and how many of them have it the Icelandic fjords ?  To learn more about this podcast don't forget to follow me on social medias ! "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant. 
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2 novembre 2019 - 00:23:25
In this episode you will learn more about what happened in the Icelandic feminist history between 1975 and the beginning of 2000. From a generation to another the fight evolves but the objectif for equality is still the same.  With the histories of Hildur, Maria, Brynhildur, Hanna, Eva and Anna Soffia you will see how the movement went from going into politics to beeing part of all decision and places of power.  Women of Iceland the film in which you can hear Vigdís Finnbogadóttir :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pa3O0DNgqSw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pa3O0DNgqSw)  To learn more about this podcast don't forget to follow me on social medias ! "Feminism on the roads" is a podcast recorded, edited and produced by Aziliz Peaudecerf a young journalist and high schooler with the financial support of Zellidja's (http://zellidja.com/)grant. 
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5 octobre 2019 - 00:33:21
 To dive into Icelandic feminism I wanted to share with you the history of it starting with the story of an increadible women named Briet Bjarnhéðinsdótti. She paved the way for many women by starting this fight for equality and giving the first icelandic feminist lecture. In this episode you will learn more about her by the point of view of Dalrun (http://dalrun.net) an  oral historian and Brynhildur the head of the Icelandic women's right association (http://kvenrettindafelag.is/en/).  Briet was the first but the struggle continued from generation to generation, mostly popularies in the seventies by the Red socks and they first Icelandic women's strike in 1975. Maria who was part of this movement shared with me her memories of it has well has Helena who was very young at that time. With those voices from all around Iceland you will learn about the beginning of this crazy movement. «Feminism on the roads» is a podcast created by Aziliz Peaudecerf an high school student and young journalist.  
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7 septembre 2019 - 00:37:49
 For this first episode I wanted to introduce you to Icelandic feminism. We here everywhere that Iceland is the most equal country in the world, but is it really ? To answer that first question I just ask Icelanders or foreigners who live there if I celand was  a gender equal country for them ?   Answers where multiple some yes, some no some, don’t really know... «Feminism on the roads» is a podcast created by Aziliz Peaudecerf an high school student and young journalist.  
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3 août 2019 - 00:03:19
Emgav d'ar 7 a viz Gwengolo evit ar rann kentañ e saozneg ha diwezatoc'h evit ar rannoù e brezhoneg amañ met ivez war gwagennoù radio Kerne ha radio Naoned !
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3 août 2019 - 00:03:17
See you on the 7th of September for the first episode !
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3 août 2019 - 00:02:56
Rendez-vous le 7 septembre prochain pour le premier épisode de Sur les routes du féminisme !
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1 juin 2019 - 00:42:10
Ce mois-ci nous partons à la découverte du festival Expresso (https://festival-expresso.org/)ou le festival national de la presse d’initiative jeune. Il est organisé depuis 15 ans par l’association Jets d’encre (http://www.jetsdencre.asso.fr/) pour la promotion et la défense de la presse d’initative jeune en France. Au cours de ce festival c’est plus de 300 journalistes jeunes venu.e.s de la France entière qui se retrouve dans un même gymnase et on 15h nuit blanche comprise pour réaliser un numéro de leur journal avec des sujets données.   Dans cet épisode vous découvrirez, des rédactions de journalistes jeunes venues de la France entière, en commençant par un tour des stands du Condorcéen, de l’Expression, La vie de Châto et La mouette bâillonnée. Puis vous entendrez la cérémonie d’ouverture du festival, avant de découvrir un extrait de la conférence de Geneviève Avenard, défenseure des droits des enfants. Suite à cela vous découvrirez Strass et café le meilleur des journaux en direct. Avant d’avoir l’avis des journalistes jeunes sur la conférence. Suite à quoi vous découvrirez Raphaël membre de Radio Campus Tours (https://www.radiocampustours.com/) et Léa présidente de l’association Jets d’encre. Avant de vous laisser emportez par l’ambiance de l’heure de folie vous entendrez un extrait du happening orga. Enfin retour au sérieux à travers un échange avec les accompagnateurs.rices de certaines rédaction. Le dernier lancé de sujet et l’heure supplémentaire, avant de lancer l’épreuve des Unes géantes. Durant celle-ci une interview des coordinateur.ice.s du festival, sur leurs ressentis. Avant de finir par le spectacle de la troupes Brassai et fines herbes et la cérémonie de clôture.
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1 mai 2019 - 00:31:08
 Ce mois-ci nous partons à la découverte du festival Rue des livres. (http://festival-ruedeslivres.org/) Il était organisé à Rennes en mars dernier et avait pour but de faire se rencontrer lecteur et auteur à travers des rencontres, des conférences et des dédicaces. Dans cet épisode vous découvrirez un extrait du dessin animé «Le quatuor à cornes» issue d’une livre jeunesse du même nom. Puis vous entendrez Wilfried N’Sondé nous raconter l’origine du personnage principal de son livre «Un océan, deux mers, trois continents». Suite à cela vous découvrirez un extrait du battle dessiné. Avant de vous laisser frissonner au son du livre «Tant bien que mal» d’Arnaud Dudeck lu par Pierre Rochefort. Puis vous découvrirez l’atelier POP ou Portrait poétique illustré organisé par l’association Appelle-moi Poésie (https://www.appellemoipoesie.com/). Pour finir cette première journée vous découvrirez une rencontre avec Victor Abbou qui nous raconte «Le réveil sourd».  Le dimanche vous entendrez une interview avec Anaïs l’une des salariées de l’association Rue des livres. Puis vous découvrirez Tania de Montaigne qui nous parle de son livre «L’assignation les Noirs n’existe pas» lors d’une conférence. A la suite de celle-ci vous entendrez une interview avec Tania de Montaigne. "À la découverte de... " Est un podcast réalisé et mixé par Aziliz Peaudecerf lycéenne et journaliste jeune. Jingle : Music promoted by La Musique Libre   Not The King - Ice Tea : https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo (https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo) Not The King : https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne
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6 avril 2019 - 00:19:17
Ce mois-ci un épisode un peu spécial à la découverte de la grève scolaire pour le climat. En effet depuis le début de l’année des jeunes suivent l’initiative de Greta Thunberg une jeune suédoise et font donc grève chaque vendredi pour le climat. Le 15 mars dernier la grève mondiale de la jeunesse pour le climat à rassembler des millions de jeunes partout dans le monde. J’ai voulu vous montrer cela de Carhaix, en vous faisant découvrir le mouvement «Yaouankiz hin justis» lancé en réponse à l’appel de Greta Thunberg au lycée Diwan de Carhaix et dans toute la ville plus largement. Dans cet épisode vous découvrirez, des sons tout droit venu de la manifestation pour le climat de Carhaix. Les discours des organisatrices et organisateurs du lycée Diwan et Paul Sérusier. Puis des sons des jeunes perturbant le calme de la ville pour défendre la planète. Ensuite vous entendrez le débat qu’il y avait eux à la suite de la manifestation. Enfin une interview avec Maelenn Larvor et Betty Bilien les deux organisatrices de la manifestation et à l’origine du mouvement Yaouankiz hin justis. "À la découverte de... " Est un podcast réalisé et mixé par Aziliz Peaudecerf lycéenne et journaliste jeune. Jingle : Music promoted by La Musique Libre   Not The King - Ice Tea : https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo (https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo) Not The King : https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne
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2 mars 2019 - 00:39:02
Ce mois-ci nous partons à la découverte du festival Hip Opsession (http://www.hipopsession.com/). Il est organisé depuis 15 ans à Nantes en février et il a pour but d'ouvrir la culture Hip Hop à tout.e.s.   Dans cet épisode vous découvrirez de journée du festival. Le samedi 16 février, le jour du Battle OPsession. Vous entendrez une interview de Johan le chargé de communication du festival Hip Opsession, qui nous explique ce que l'on peut retrouver sur le festival. Puis vous découvrirez l'ambiance qu'il y avait sur place avant d'entendre deux danseurs nous raconter leur vision du battle. Ensuite vous entendrez un extrait de du dernier battle de cet après-midi là.   Puis vous découvrirez la journée du 19 février, avec un atelier graffiti qui était organisé par le collectif 100 pression (http://www.100pression.com/). Puis vous découvrirez le spectacle Viens tel que tu es de la compagnie "Espace des sens (http://www.espacedessens.sitew.fr/?fbclid=IwAR3GUG1tUzuwBFPUyg45ToAJ3ph5J2ctgjvIHzPuGbIGNPM7TsbBrS-1M4w#Accueil.A)", qui nous raconte l'histoire du Hip Hop. Pour finir vous découvrirez une interview de Olivier LeFrançois, danseur chorégraphe et pédagogue. "À la découverte de... " Est un podcast réalisé et mixé par Aziliz Peaudecerf lycéenne et journaliste jeune. Jingle : Music promoted by La Musique Libre   Not The King - Ice Tea : https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo (https://youtu.be/xYI0Rrnk1Jo) Not The King : https://soundcloud.com/coreygagne
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