*Bodies of Knowledge is a term coined by Njideka Stephanie Iroh and Marissa Lôbo in “Bodies of Knowledge – Multiplying Marginalised Subjectivities of Utopia through Art and Storytelling”
Elife Report: Queer visibility in STEM diversity
How does embracing the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community lead to better science?
Online session addressing the effects of different dimensions of oppression on the participation of marginalized people in academia. Join us and @pineapple_lab on this seminar to help create awareness and compassion around these topics.
?Register here: https://t.co/WGsTZEFsEs pic.twitter.com/M5FlEXQ5lJ
— MCQST (@MCQST_cluster) April 26, 2021
Our March Meeting Theme Event on #gender + #health is starting now! Welcome to Slovenia @DiahSaminarsih @annvkeeling @pineapple_lab @DanicaRotar. We are looking forward to a rich discussion on #genderequity + #gendersensitivity in #globalhealth, #primaryhealthcare + #leadership pic.twitter.com/N6caNIjH14
— IFMSA (@IFMSA) March 2, 2019
Fantastic session on #OpenScience: An opportunity for the Global South? With @platformngo @Cassandreces @pineapple_lab @yetiin140 @ScienceBienComm @heluc @Mboathomas Check their work! #Tech4Dev2018 pic.twitter.com/G3XHUSZKoa
— Thomas Landrain (@Tholand_) June 27, 2018
Quick snapshot during the #Tech4Dev2018 Conference of me humbly surrounded by such an inspiring group of people. Every day with them was a privilege.
Back from Switzerland feeling ready to #restart pic.twitter.com/aFN8o9KM01
— Naiane (@naiane_rios) July 1, 2018