Inas Miloud is an indigenous feminist activist. She is the former Lead Coordinator of 1325 Network in Libya, and Former Indigenous Senior Fellow at the UN Voluntary Fund for Indigenous Peoples. She is the co-founder and currently Co-executive Director of Tamazight Women’s Movement, an intersectional organization that works to address gender, youth and indiegnous peoples inequalities in Libya. Her works have been particularly focused on gender, peace and security, militarization, indigenous issues, and intersectionality.
What brings me pleasure:
I find joy in intimate gatherings fueled with cries and laughs. Aromas, candles and azTTa (weaving) rituals. Lying down in the sea sand, sun, salt and watermelon. Frozen yogurt with my friends.
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