Rama Salla Dieng is a scholar activist and currently a lecturer at the Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh. Among other topics, her work focuses on politics and social movements including African feminisms. She is the editor of Féminismes Africains: Une histoire Décoloniale (Présence Africaine, Paris, 2021), and the co-editor of Feminist Parenting, Perspectives from Africa and Beyond (Demeter Press, 2020).
Korka Sall is the Director of the Minnesota Studies in International Development MSID-Senegal. She came back to Senegal after nine years in the USA teaching and conducting research at UMass Amherst, Mount Holyoke College, and Harvard University. Korka is one of the Coordinators of the African Women’s Millennium Initiative on Poverty and Human Rights (AWOMI), which focuses on Women and Gender Development. She coordinated AWOMI’s panel on Gender-Based Violence during the 2019 International Conference on Population and Development organized by UNFPA in Nairobi, Kenya. Her research interests include gender studies, feminist studies and African diaspora studies.