The European Feminist Forum (EFF) is a web-based space for dialogue for feminists in Europe. Launched in April 2007, the European Feminist Forum serves as an initiative to create dialogue and incite change in Europe (EU and EU candidate and neighbouring countries – Western Balkans and ‘European’ parts of the former Soviet Union) by establishing a new feminist agenda. The continual processes of online communication, collaboration and knowledge sharing will accumulate in a publication at the end of 2008 on the achievements of the European Feminist Forum. The Conference which was also planned for June 2008 had to be postponed, due to a lack of funding.
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