الاقتصاد السياسي النسوي فيديو تقديمي الإصدار الثاني النص

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النسخة المقترحة: 2.00
يجب أن ترتكز السياسات الاقتصادية على كيف نريد إدارة مجتمعاتنا وتوزيع مواردنا، وعلى علاقتنا بكوكب الأرض. ونحن، بوصفنا ناشطين/ات أو مواطنين/ات، نادراً ما نحظى بفرصة المشاركة في صنع هذه القرارات، كونها تعتبر من اختصاص الخبراء.
لكن الاقتصاد وأسلوب إدارته يتوقف، في الواقع، على فهم الطريقة الأمثل لاهتمام كل منا بالآخر وبحماية البيئة. ويجب أن ترتكز السياسات على القيم التي نريد بناء مجتمعاتنا على أساسها.
تسعى رابطة النساء الدولية للسلام والحرية إلى موضعة المساواة والعدالة والتكافل والرعاية كأساس محوري في بناء المجتمعات وتحقيق السلام المنشود. وتعتبر استدامة كوكبنا قضية محورية.
لكن الاقتصاد السياسي الحالي القائم على الرأسمالية والليبرالية الجديدة يحقق نتائج عكسية تماماً كتأجيج النزاعات، ومفاقمة اللامساواة، وتدمير البيئة.
ونحن نريد تغيير ذلك!
لذا، نقوم بإجراء تحليل نسوي للاقتصاد السياسي يركز على النوع الاجتماعي ودوره في بناء علاقاتنا وهيكلياتنا الاجتماعية والسياسية، وآثارها الاقتصادية المختلفة.
كما نقوم بتحليل السلطة وتوزيع الموارد، ومن يمتلك السلطة ولماذا، وآثار ذلك علينا. ونقوم بتحليل دور العرق والطبقة الاجتماعية والعمر والاحتياجات الإضافية والموقع الجغرافي والنوع الاجتماعي بما في ذلك مثليي/ات الجنس ومزدوجي/ات التوجه الجنسي والمتحولين/ات جنسياً.
ويشمل ذلك التحليل أيضاً، التقسيم الجندري للعمل في الاقتصاد المنظم (أو المنتج) أو الاقتصاد غير المنظم الذي يمارس عادة في البيوت والمجتمعات المحلية.
يساعدنا هذا التحليل في فهم دور القرارات السياسية والاقتصادية في صياغة حياتنا اليومية.
نحن كمجتمع ينبغي ألا نكون مجرد متلقيات/متلقين للسياسات، بل أن نشارك في صناعتها لتلبية احتياجات الجميع بشكل أفضل.
يمكننا تحقيق المساواة والعدالة والتوزيع المنصف للسلطة والموارد من خلال تبني اقتصاد سياسي نسوي تقدمي. دعونا نحقق التكافل والرعاية والاستدامة التي تستحقها مجتمعاتنا وكوكبنا. لنعمل معاً نحو تحقيق سلام نسوي.

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WILPF Cameroon,
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Feminist political economy introductory video Script

Original: 3.,30

New suggestion: 2.00


Las políticas económicas deberían basarse en cómo queremos que se gobiernen nuestras sociedades y se distribuyan nuestros recursos, así como en nuestra relación con el planeta. Como activistas o ciudadanas, pocas veces tenemos la oportunidad de participar en la toma de decisiones, se considera un ámbito de expertos.

No obstante, la economía y su organización consisten en comprender cómo cuidarnos mutuamente y proteger al medio ambiente. Las políticas deberían apoyarse en los valores sobre los que queremos construir nuestras sociedades.

LIMPAL busca que nuestras sociedades y la paz se asienten sobre la igualdad, la justicia y la solidaridad. La sostenibilidad de nuestro planeta es fundamental.

Sin embargo, la economía política actual, basada en el capitalismo y el neoliberalismo, crea lo contrario: fomenta el conflicto, la desigualdad y la destrucción del medio ambiente.

¡Nuestro objetivo es cambiar esa lógica!

Nuestro análisis feminista de la economía política se centra en cómo el género determina nuestras relaciones y estructuras sociales y políticas, y en los efectos económicos que estas generan.

También observa el poder y la distribución de los recursos: quién tiene el control y por qué, y cómo afecta a los demás. Estamos analizando el papel de la raza, la clase, la edad, la discapacidad, la ubicación geográfica y el género, también desde el punto de vista LGBTI.

Esto incluye la división del trabajo en función del género, tanto en la economía formal (o productiva) como en la informal (o reproductiva), que suele darse en los hogares y las comunidades.

Nuestro análisis nos permite arrojar luz sobre cómo las decisiones políticas y económicas afectan a nuestra vida diaria.

Como sociedad, no debemos conformarnos con recibir las políticas: deberíamos involucrarnos para ajustarlas a nuestras necesidades.

Mediante una economía política progresista y feminista podemos conseguir la igualdad, la justicia y la
distribución equitativa del poder y los recursos. Brindemos a nuestras comunidades y al planeta la solidaridad, la atención y la sostenibilidad que merecen. ¡Logremos la paz feminista!

WILPF Switzerland

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Horensteinstrasse 31, CH – 8046 Zürich

L’économie politique féministe Vidéo d’introduction Script

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Nouvelle proposition : 2:00


Les politiques économiques devraient se fonder sur la manière dont nous voulons que nos sociétés soient gouvernées et nos ressources réparties, ainsi que sur notre relation avec la planète. En tant qu’activistes ou citoyen.nes, nous avons rarement l’occasion de participer à ces prises de décisions qui semblent réservées aux expert.es.

Mais l’économie et la manière dont nous l’organisons consistent en réalité à comprendre comment nous pouvons prendre soin au mieux les un.es des autres et de l’environnement. Les politiques devraient s’appuyer sur les valeurs sur lesquelles nous voulons que nos sociétés se fondent.

WILPF s’efforce de mettre l’égalité, la justice, la solidarité et la bienveillance au cœur de nos sociétés et de la paix. Et la durabilité de notre planète est essentielle.

Actuellement, l’économie politique dominante basée sur le capitalisme et le néolibéralisme crée tout le contraire : elle alimente les conflits, les inégalités et la destruction de l’environnement.

Nous voulons changer cela !

Nous menons une analyse de l’économie politique féministe en nous concentrant sur la manière dont le genre détermine nos relations et structures sociales et politiques ainsi que les effets économiques qui en découlent.

Nous examinons également le pouvoir et la répartition des ressources : qui a le contrôle et pourquoi, et comment cela nous affecte toutes et tous. Nous analysons le rôle que jouent la race, la classe, l’âge, le handicap, la localisation géographique et le genre (y compris LGBTI) dans ce contexte.

Cela comprend la division genrée du travail, à la fois au sein de l’économie formelle (ou productive) et informelle (ou familiale), qui intervient généralement dans les ménages et les communautés.

Notre analyse nous aide à comprendre en quoi les décisions politiques et économiques façonnent notre vie quotidienne.

En tant que société, ne nous contentons pas d’être de simples destinataires des politiques. Soyons acteurs et actrices du changement afin de mieux répondre aux besoins de toutes et tous.

Grâce à une économie politique féministe et progressive, nous pouvons promouvoir l’égalité, la justice et la juste répartition du pouvoir et des ressources. Prenons conscience de la solidarité, de la bienveillance et de la durabilité dont nos communautés et notre planète ont besoin. Ensemble, obtenons la paix féministe.

Feminist Political Economy Introductory video Transcript

(WILPF logo on a dark grey screen)
Feminist political economy
(Collage of a hand holding a magnet made by a bent pencil; this screen is in black and white)
(The magnet attracts a tank of gasoline, an electoral box, a tree, a cow, a globe and a woman. The screen is in black and white, except the woman’s dress, which is purple)
Economic policies should be based on how we want our societies governed and our resources distributed as well as our relationship to the planet.
(Collage of a white, male politician shouting in a microphone; behind him, a presidential palace; in front of him, a line of policemen defending him and a group of activists demanding peace. The screen is in black and white, except one of the activists’ flags, in blue)
As activists or citizens, we rarely get a chance to engage in this decision making. It’s seen as the experts’ domain.
(Collage of a classical building made of paper money and coins. Above the building there is a globe; on the left, there are buildings and factories; on the right a crane, an escalator and a sign with “BIG Burger – taste me”. In front of the building there is a car and a truck full of gold coins. The screen is in black and white, except the coins which are gold)
But the economy and how we organise it is actually a matter of understanding
(the building and the sign collapse; leaves and blue and pink flowers grow. On the left side, the factories become farms and wind turbines, and a river. On the right side there is now a house with a garden and a school).
how we can best care for each other and the environment.
(Focus on the globe, which now takes up the entire screen. The globe looks like an old map. It then turns blue where the oceans are, and the continents become green ).
Policies should be based on the values we want our societies built on.
(The globe splits into two halves: it shows inside the word EQUALITY on a white paper, with a gold medal left)
WILPF works towards putting equality,
(the white paper with EQUALITY falls, and it is shown another paper with the word JUSTICE)
Justice,
(the white paper with JUSTICE falls, and it is shown another paper with the word SOLIDARITY)
solidarity
(the white paper with SOLIDARITY falls, and it is shown another paper with the word CARE)
and care
(the white paper with CARE falls, and it is shown another paper with the word PEACE)
at the centre of our societies and of peace.
(the white paper with PEACE falls, and it is shown a golden key with the word SUSTAINABILITY on a blue ribbon)
And the sustainability of our planet is key.
(The scene changes. Collage of a black man, a black woman, a child and a white woman carrying a block of concrete with the word CAPITALISM on it. On the block there is a crane with an iron ball, a cow, a box with a red skull on it, skyscrapers, a tank and the street sign of Wall Street)
But the current mainstream political economy, based on capitalism
(the iron ball cracks the concrete and the word on it changes, it is now NEOLIBERALISM, the people carrying the concrete block start to falter under the weight)
and neoliberalism, creates the exact opposite,
(Collage of bombs falling)
fuelling conflict, inequality and environmental destruction.
(Collage of five hands join together at the centre of the screen)
(The words WE WANT TO CHANGE THAT appears at the centre of the screen. Around the words there is a collage of women demanding peace, a tree, a dove, a sheep, a girl reading and a building)
We want to change that!
(Collage of a woman with blond hair and a scarf from behind. She is at the museum watching two pictures. The first picture features faceless men, a woman with a face that is barely visible behind the men. is the picture is titled “PARLIAMENT”. The second picture represents a woman in a factory, on a production line, with a yellow helmet. The picture is titled “ECONOMY”)
We are carrying out a feminist political economy analysis, focusing on how gender determines our social and political relationships and structures,
(the camera rolls toward a third picture, representing several people sitting at a table. It is titled “RESOURCES”)
and the different economic effects they create.
(The camera focuses on the third picture. At the table, from left to right, there is a black woman, a white woman, a man with a bowler hat, another man, and an older woman in a wheelchair. On the table there is a moneybox, a tank of oil, a first aid kit, a loaf of bread, a tree, a chicken, and a stash of books).
We also look at power and the distribution of resources:
(the man with the bowler hat starts eating everything on the table and becomes bigger)
who’s in control and why, and how that impacts the rest of us.
We analyse how race, class, age, disability, geographic location and gender, which included LGBTI, play into that.
(The scene changes. Collage of a house, with a desk and a computer on it, a washing machine, a woman ironing and a man standing, the clock turning)
That includes the gendered division of labour,
(The man leaves for work and the woman stays in the house cradling a baby)
in both the formal – or productive – economy, and the informal – or reproductive – economy,
(The woman works at the computer and passes the hoover as the man comes and goes. Around the house there are the words LABOUR PROTECTION, EDUCATION, HEALTH, INCOME, TRANSPORTATION)
which usually takes place in homes and communities.
Our analysis helps us understand how political and economic decisions shape our everyday lives.
(The camera focuses on the woman’s face; a collage made with other women demanding peace appears in the background)
We as a society should not merely be recipients of policies, we should be the agents making change
(the words MAKING CHANGE appears on the left of the screen)
to better serve the needs of all.
(The collage disappears; above the woman’s face appears the text WE CAN WORK FOR)
Through a progressive, feminist political economy we can work for
(the woman is replaced by an older woman and the text EQUALITY, JUSTICE, AND THE FAIR DISTRIBUTION OF POWER AND RESOURCES)
equality, justice, and the
fair distribution of power and resources.
(the older woman is replaced by a black woman and the text LET’S REALISE THE SOLIDARITY, CARE AND SUSTAINABILITY OUR COMMUNITIES AND PLANET DESERVE)
Let’s realise the solidarity, care and sustainability our communities and planet deserve.
(WILPF’s white logo on a blue background)
Together let’s achieve feminist peace.

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AFSC House, PO Box 13075, Des Moines, IA 50310, United States

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Tel: +1 617 266 0999
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Desértico B225-1 Puebla, Mexico

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Calle 44 # 19-28, Off. 201, Barrio Teusaquillo Bogotá, Colombia

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Tel: +57 (1) 285 0062
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Piedras 1065, Buenos Aires

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Telephone: +54 112 081 95 28

WILPF United Kingdom

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52-54 Featherstone Street, London EC1Y 8RT, United Kingdom

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WILPF Sweden

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Norrtullsgatan 45, 113 45 Stockholm, Sweden

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Tel: +46 (0)8 702 98 10

Email: info@ikff.se

WILPF Lebanon

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Attn: Nouha Ghosn, PO Box 14-6725, Beirut

WILPF Spain

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26-28 Bajo, Almería, Zaragoza – Spain

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Telephone: +34 670 362 972
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Storgt 11, N-0155 Oslo, Norway

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Telephone: +47 93 08 96 44
Email: ikff@ikff.no

WILPF Netherlands

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Laan van Nieuw Oost Indië 252, 2593 CD Den Haag, Netherlands

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Telephone: + 31 62 49 04 347
Email: wilpf.nl@gmail.com

WILPF Germany

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Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte, Greifswalder Str. 4, 10405 Berlin, Germany

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c / o WILPF Finland, Bulevardi 11 A 1, 00120 Helsinki

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Vesterbrogade 10, 2. DK 1620 V

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Telephone: +45 29 10 97 05
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Wadi Al-Juz – Al-Khaldi Str. 4, Jerusalem

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Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

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