Onyango Oloo, National Coordinator for the Kenyan Social Forum 2006 and who also served on the Nairobi Organizing Council for the World Social Forum Nairobi 2007, has gained notoriety as an outspoken advocate for women’s leadership at the World Social Forum. His widely circulated article, “Gendering WSF Nairobi 2007 - Conceptual Underpinnings,” raised expectations among some readers about the role women would play at the Nairobi forum. In this interview, completed in the midst of that event, Onyango reflects on the evolution of his own feminist consciousness and the tactics he feels need to be implemented in order to infuse the WSF with feminist principles.
Willis, Patricia and Oloo, Onyango
"A Conversation with Onyango Oloo at the WSF Nairobi 2007,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 8:
3, Article 14.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol8/iss3/14