There were a number of activities conducted on February 25, such as garage sale, posters-making, discussion, and film screenings. This pre-event took place at Uma Seminyak starting at 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. There were approximately 50 visitors present when calculated from the beginning of the activity.
The garage sale booth was opened at 10:30 a.m. Visitors began to be coming at noon. The items we sold were very diverse, such as clothes, pants, bags, shoes, books, tapes, accessories, dolls, and make-up. Everything was pre-loved, sold at a price range of Rp5.000 to Rp100.000. The booth was closed at 9:00 p.m.
At 3:00 p.m., the poster-making began. The committee provided the cardboard and stationery needed by the participants. Participants made posters with their own creativity. Not a few of them wrote their complaints about how they were objectified and considered trivial. Posters-making lasted for two hours. After finishing the posters, participants posed together holding their own posters in their hands.
Posters-making ended. Then, the committee informed the participants to sit close because the discussion would begin. The discussion was attended by three speakers, i.e. Ni Nengah Budawati, S.H as Chairperson of Bali WCC; Ni Putu Candra Dewi, S.H as the Coordinator of Minority Issue & Vulnerable Community of YLBHI-LBH Bali; and Rickdy Vanduwin Sitanggang as Chairperson of GSHR Udayana. The discussion was moderated by Ni Luh Eka Purni Astiti, S.KM as the Advisory Board of KISARA Bali. The theme of the discussion was "Gender-based Violence and Threat of Draft Law on Indonesian Criminal Code". The discussion went well because participants were very interactive.
The event continued with the screening of several short films. The program was named "Women Stories" and curated by Arlinka Larissa as a monthly program for Minikino. There were a number of short films being played, i.e. The Ice Cream Killer; Annie Waits; As I Lay Dying; Ms. Belly; Sleep Tight, Maria; and Aurora. The duration of the program was one hour and ten minutes. The film screening then ended with a discussion with Edo Wulio from Minikino.
Gender Based Violence
Uma Seminyak, Kerobokan Kelod, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia