We World Onlus Chiacchierata Femminista


A series of meetings to talk about stereotypes, discrimination, rights, female empowerment and gender violence.

The weekly Chiacchierata Femminista events: a series of meetings to discuss and reflect on gender issues, on Thursdays in the musicROOMS of BASE Milano.

Gender stereotypes, inclusive language, motherhood, gender pay gap, female empowerment and gender violence are just some of the topics that will be addressed in the Chiacchierata Femminista talks: we will explore these major issues in a lively lounge between activists and intellectuals dedicated to young people , and we’ll discuss what it means to be a woman today.




October 19th  H18:30

Not all men. Ripensiamo il maschile

How many times following cases of harassment, catcalling, or even feminicides, have you heard (or said) “Yes, but let’s not generalize. Not all men do this, not all men are violent.” In this meeting we will try to understand the implications behind this seemingly innocuous phrase. Because if deconstructing models of rigid masculinity, shaping new ones, is possible, exercising collective responsibility is necessary.

Novembre 30th H18:30

Violenza contro le donne: lasciamo parlare i numeri
Violence against women: let the numbers speak for themselves

Too often in newspapers, on television, on social media, news stories, cases of violence and feminicides full of almost morbid details, which contribute nothing to the story, pass before our eyes. The story we tell of violence profoundly influences our perception of the phenomenon. Because of this it is important to start from the data.




Mica Macho is a community born in 2020, an open space to rethink the masculine, a plurality of voices, a movement of people tired of macho virility who find themselves thinking about the meaning of the word male.

WeWorld is an independent Italian non-profit organization active in 27 countries, including Italy, with Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid projects to guarantee the rights of the most vulnerable communities, starting with women, girls and boys.

With the participation of Margherita Saraceno, University of Pavia, economist and project manager of the Women in the Pandemic project.


PH: Camilla Miliani


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