We are facing an unprecedented social, political and economic crisis, designed by men and sustained by patriarchal institutions in their image. That crisis is engineered by the few to maintain and expand their privilege, and relies on the exploitation of women.

Feminism 5.0 is the intersectional space in which we will design and build our resistance. It is the adaptive work that we have to do to change the world we live in. It is the breadth of the movement needed to dismantle structural inequalities, and it is the vehicle for our journey from protest to power.

Feminism 5.0 is not yet written. It is the purpose and agency with which we will determine what the next wave of feminism looks like.

Feminism 5.0 starts with your participation. Over the next 12 months, we will be holding feminist activist camps across the UK. We will learn from each other how to disrupt, agitate and organise for women's equality.

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