“A practice developed in, with and for the community in which it is immersed and which articulates with other organizations and groups to promote transversal actions related to its activity.”
The group consists of more than 150 girls, women and LGBTIQ+ people within Villa 31, established in Buenos Aires.
We propose a sports and cultural practice that, with a community and regional grounding, from a gender perspective and using community education tools, favors the development of single and joint strategies to denaturalize and face the multiple forms of violence that affect us.
History of Villa 31
It’s the oldest low-income community in the city of Buenos Aires. Located in its neuralgic center, it’s in constant land dispute with the richer sectors of the city.
Over the years, the project has been gaining prominence, causing impact and creating new logics for the community, which has led to significant implications for the people living in the area, the LGTBIQ+ people and the feminist movement as a whole.