This arrived from the IWHC …
Honoring Feminist Strength in Times of Crisis
Join Us Online To See Noelene’s Story
On the day we would have gathered for IWHC’s Annual Dinner, join us online for a special film premiere celebrating our 2020 Joan B. Dunlop Honoree: Noelene Nabulivou. Be the first to see Noelene’s story and learn about her work advancing the health and rights of women, girls, LGBTQI people, and those most marginalized during times of crisis. While we can’t gather in person this year, we hope you’ll join our community online and celebrate the power and importance of women’s movements at this critical time.
Virtual Film Premiere
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
12 pm ET | 9 am PT (USA)
The film will be streamed through the RSVP link and will remain live after the event time.
IWHC Joan B. Dunlop Award 2020
Noelene Nabulivou, Fiji
Co-Founder, Diverse Voices for Action and Equality (DIVA)
Noelene Nabulivou is a feminist grassroots organizer, policy analyst, activist, advocate, and movement-builder from Fiji. For over 35 years, Noelene has worked to affirm and protect universal human rights, and advance transformative approaches to gender, social, economic, ecological, and climate justice. She is the co-founder and outgoing political adviser of Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality, a Fijian feminist collective led by lesbian, bisexual, transmasculine, and gender-nonconforming people that concentrates work in urban poor communities, rural, and remote constituencies of Fiji, and works with/for all women and people in the Pacific and globally.
I am so excited to share this film with you and can’t wait to see our community come together online. See you tomorrow!