No Borders, No Walls: Feminists for Abolition
Honduras: Young Feminist in Resistance Speaks Out
JASS and allies conducted a local and virtual Observatorio (Feminist Transformation Watch) to shed light on women's rights violations occurring under the de facto regime that overthrew the democratically elected president in a coup d'etat on June 28th.
Where is the Money for Indigenous Women's Rights Organizing?
The following presentation was given at the Resource Mobilization Hub For Indigenous Women’s Rights, during IFIP’s World Summit on Indigenous Philanthropy on Friday September 26, 2014.
A Call to Action: Insights into the Status of Funding for Indigenous Women’s Groups
It is our hope that this report will open a dialogue and space for further unpacking of the provided data and results and will provide actionable guidance in how funding trends and donor recommendations can support Indigenous Women’s Organizations in a meaningful and effective way, ensuring a sustainable planet for our future generations.
Feminist Perspectives Towards Transforming Economic Power: Buen Vivir
This article introduces Buen Vivir both as a gender neutral concept and examines its implementation in public policies in Bolivia.
Reclaiming Indigenous land, bodies and joy
From self-governance to soccer tournaments, Zapatista women show how another world is possible at the first international gathering of women in struggle.
Accountability is needed for violations against indigenous women defenders
Feminists support the Special Rapporteur's call for justice on the attacks on and criminalization of indigenous peoples defending their rights.
In rural Paraguay, women are on the frontlines of a ‘race against time’ to save native seeds
Amid the spread of industrial farming, transgenic crops and seed patents, rural women are conserving native varieties and teaching others about agro-ecology.
How Mayan women in Guatemala are fighting to protect their designs – and their identity
Mayan weavers are organising to defend their art, pushing for new legislation to recognise and protect their ‘collective intellectual property’