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How can we create a culture at Goldsmiths that stands against sexual violence?
An idea jam is an idea factory. In this collaborative brainstorming session facilitated by Goldsmiths student Kanako Masuda (she/her) and Goldsmiths alum Lou Kendaru (she/they) we'll be making use of fun, fast, and creative design thinking exercises to envision new ways to address sexual violence at Goldsmiths.
This event is open to all Goldsmiths students, staff, and alumni—idea jams work best with diverse groups that combine both experts and non-experts with different backgrounds and skillsets.
The idea is to create fun, innovative, and ambitious visions of various projects (think: art installations, data mapping, digital protests... anything you can imagine!) with prizes from Tenga for imagination and creativity!
This event is a collaboration between the Against Sexual Violence project at Goldsmiths Students' Union and No Single Answer as part of our 16 Days programming and is sponsored by Tenga. If you have any questions, please email Lou (she/they) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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