On Monday, October 15th, ALDA organized a festive evening at the Molodoi in Strasbourg to celebrate artistic creation as a form of feminine solidarity and in order to inaugurate the collaborative mural painted on the central campus of the University of Strasbourg. 3 groups with heterogeneous influences and composed of women were invited to perform on stage in order to let the public discover their compositions promoting women’s rights and to address gender discriminations on a musically way.

The concert was also an opportunity to screen a short film produced in the framework of the WOMCOM project in partnership with a local young director, addressing the topic of unequal distribution of household chores at home, linked to the sexist prejudices that women face on a daily basis and more generally, the lack of opportunities and obstacles faced by women due to gender discrimination.
It was a great sharing moments that permitted to discuss and share ideas or points of view on this topic that is still so current and relevant, in a friendly spirit.

On Monday, October 15th, ALDA organized a festive evening at the Molodoi in Strasbourg to celebrate artistic creation as a form of feminine solidarity and in order to inaugurate the collaborative mural painted on the central campus of the University of Strasbourg. 3 groups with heterogeneous influences and composed of women were invited to perform on stage in order to let the public discover their compositions promoting women’s rights and to address gender discriminations on a musically way.

The concert was also an opportunity to screen a short film produced in the framework of the WOMCOM project in partnership with a local young director, addressing the topic of unequal distribution of household chores at home, linked to the sexist prejudices that women face on a daily basis and more generally, the lack of opportunities and obstacles faced by women due to gender discrimination.
It was a great sharing moments that permitted to discuss and share ideas or points of view on this topic that is still so current and relevant, in a friendly spirit.