Documentary 'Enough Fiu Fiu' appears in the FAS for campaign to combat violence against women

4 the December the 2019 - Sustainable chat in FAS headquarters displays and work debate led by Fernanda Frazão and Amanda Lemos. Campaign 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women started last 25 November and continues throughout the country

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Three residents Brazilian women in three different cities using art, poetry and activism to resist violence and propose new ways to participate and socialize in public spaces. This is shown in the documentary "No more Fiu Fiu" (2018), directed by Fernanda Frazão and Amanda Lemos, and that will be displayed in Manaus on Friday (6), from 19h to 21h, at the headquarters of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS), The red Alvaro Braga, 351, Parque Dez, as part of the campaign 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women.

such a campaign, which started last 25 November throughout the country, It is organized from 2014 by the NGO "Think Olga" and receives, in Manaus, support of FAS, Solutions Network for the Amazon Sustainable Development (SDSN-Amazon) Young and SDSN Amazon.

The screening of the film takes place during a "Sustainable Papo", a debate, and one of the documentary film, Amanda Lemos, will be present to talk about the feature and also discuss about the harassment suffered by women in public places and how to combat it. Programming has free admission and registration is not required.

16 Days of Activism

The campaign 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women has organized extensive programming both by civil society and by state and local governments.

A of the first activities was the Sustainable Papo "International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women", occurred on 25 November, also in FAS headquarters, with the participation of State Secretary of Justice, Human Rights and Citizenship (Sejusc), Caroline Braz, the state representative Alessandra Campêlo (MDB), of gender researcher at the University of Brasilia (UNB) Marina Brito, the co-founder and director of the Institute Mana, Fernanda Alexandrian, and president of the Racial Equality Commission of OAB / AM, Ana Carolina Amaral. The debate was mediated by Innovative Solutions Program Manager of FAS Leticia Garcia.

Next Tuesday, 10 December, also happens schedule, this time facing indigenous women. It is the Sustainable Papo "Human Rights and Indigenous Women", from 19h to 21h, also the headquarters of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS).

'Clot Son Son'

The documentary "Enough Fiu Fiu" features three narratives: one shows scenes of violence and harassment suffered by women and have been captured by a miniature camera hidden in glasses used by victims. Another moment brings the daily lived by the three main characters in Brasília, Salvador and São Paulo, by last, a dialogue between scenes with commentary from experts and men about bodies, gender and violence suffered by women.

Think Olga

The Think Olga is a feminist non-governmental organization that aims to empower women through information. It has launched a major national repercussion and public engagement campaigns, as "Chega De Fiu Fiu" in 2014 and # PrimeiroAssédio in 2015, pioneers to discuss and combat sexual harassment in public places in Brazil and sexual violence in childhood.

The Think Olga also developed a survey answered by more than seven thousand people in Brazil on harassment and other violence and, still, a collaborative map that identifies key areas of risk for women.

SDSN Young Amazon

The Solutions Network for Sustainable Development Youth Amazon (SDSN Youth Amazonia, English), is a Global SDSN division facing people up 30 years that seeks to involve young people from countries of the Amazon basin in Agenda 2030 and support them in the creation and dissemination of innovative solutions geared to the objectives of Sustainable Development (SDSN) United Nations.


O Country: Sustainable talk and screening of the documentary "No more Fiu Fiu"
When: Friday, 6 December, from 19h to 21h
Where: headquarters of the Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS), The red Alvaro Braga, 351, Parque Dez
As: free