• Meetings and call for proposals. Meetings with different stakeholders (historians, oral history groups, cultural institutions, artists, teachers, and students) whose results will be brief reports. ASKI will publish a call for proposals to consider different ideas and suggestions, and finally select the participants of the event. The whole process will actively involve around 100 persons.
  • Public event. Design, organization, and promotion of the public event.

This open debate will actively involve around 100 persons to test the alternative narratives on female resistance developed by the participants during the local actions developed in the first year.

The discussion will allow a public evaluation and allow participants to offer suggestions of further ways to promote scientific knowledge about female resistance to wider audiences through artistic representations, cultural activities, and extracurricular activities, implicating different actors (historians, groups of oral history, cultural institutions, artists, teachers, students, etc.).