Political and conceptual frameworks: Shaping the way we see
What are the lenses that shape how we see? The theoretical and political frameworks through which we attempt to understand and shape our surroundings are never neutral. They determine what we can see and therefore what we propose to do. In a complex and dynamic world it is imperative that we constantly revise our frameworks to incorporate new lines of analysis and intervention, remedy those things that confuse us rather than nourish us, create dialogue between different kinds of feminism and critical perspectives, and connect broad frameworks with specific contexts.
In XXK we foster an ongoing reflection on these questions, preferably through collective work that supports those who seek to build from different perspectives, irrespective of their specific fields of action (social organizations, public administrations, academic departments, etc.).