Intersectionality is first and foremost a critical theory in the sense that it allows us to formulate specific normative interests, those of minorities situated at the intersection of the main axes of structuring social inequalities and whose interests are not represented by social movements. Why is this theoretical concept so debated today? Do the crossed epistemological and political perspectives allow for a better "living together" à la française, compared to what happens elsewhere in Europe?
"Afterwork" round-table with Joke Quintens, Salima El Musalima, Pier Ndoumbé (...)
CALEM Institute, Wetopia, RML, Niofar Laboratory, AOZIZ