Learning with OFC is a three-month [20th May to 20th August, 2020] journey of co-learning, unlearning and creating along the themes of gender justice, mental health and feminist leadership with a curated community of thinkers and doers. The first edition will be held entirely virtually.
If you are someone that is curious about learning through critical inquiry, while building a sustained community with a shared passion for knowledge and action, this is a space for you! You get access to high quality courses, events, workshops, poetry, game nights and other unique learning opportunities and resources–all explored through the lens of intersectionality and intersectional feminism.
Applications for the first cohort are completed and will reopen in September 2020. Stay tuned in to this page.
The selection criteria is only that you are passionate about these issues and have a deep interest in expanding your learning and critical inquiry skills.
The Learning with OFC journey formally lasts for three months but we hope that it will be a community-based learning journey that shall last over the years.
Learning with OFC offers community, nuance, and intensive learning.
We are all grappling with the uncertainty brought upon by the pandemic; everybody is affected. We see human beings reaching out to each other, stepping up and being kinder to each other–this is a vision we want to carry forward past the pandemic, as a way of life. Alongside, we want to ensure that this individual kindness translates into systemic reform and transformation.
What we see is incredible grief along with incredible strength. People are looking for connection, change, new knowledge systems and kindness–at home, work, and with friends. Oppressive systems and structures will be dismantled, allowing us to collectively create new ways of being by means of care and radical kindness. Through Learning with OFC, we believe we can equip participants with the tools and knowledge to start creating a meaningful new world, together.READ MORE