Social media kit: “Movements Matter” digital visual art series

We invite you to share the '#MovementsMatter' illustrations with your networks to support your movement-building work of changing hearts and minds.

‘Movements Matter’: A digital visual art series

Explore our ‘Movements Matter', a digital visual art series that illustrates how movements build collective and compelling political power for human rights, equality and justice.

In memory of the Women Human Rights Defenders we have lost

Rekindling the memory of our loved ones and their collective contributions to the advancement of human rights.

Social Media Kit: A tribute to WHRDs who are no longer with us

Join us in commemorating and celebrating WHRDs who have fought tirelessly for their human rights and for those of others. We welcome you to share these on your social media channels and to add your own reflections on the contributions these WHRDs have made to the advancement of human rights. 

Video for the Opening Session of AWID's 2012 Forum

This video was screened during the Opening Session of the 2012 International Forum.

Listen to Plenary Presenations from AWID's 2008 Forum

A plenary session was held on each day of the 2008 AWID Forum that brought all the participants together to explore key overarching questions related to the Power of Movements. Listen to the presentations from all 4 Plenary Sessions.

E-learning Session - Changing their World: Concepts and Practices of Women's Movements

This e-learning session is based on Changing Their World, a compilation of case studies that highlight the origins, structures, strategies, and impacts of various women's movements around the world.

The task ahead to ensure sustainably funded women's rights movements

This presentation captures the main points made by participants during the final session of the Resource Mobilisation Hub at the 2012 AWID Forum. 

Where is the Money for Women's Rights - Funders Forum Presentation

This presentation shows some of the key findings regarding the funding trends for women's rights organizations, the opportunities and challenges they faced at that time of the 2008 'Where is the Money for Women's Rights' survey.

 

Measuring Success: What's New? What's Next?

This presentation poses the question: How do we measure success? It includes information on evaluation methodologies and the theory of change, as well as the basic tensions and dilemmas that women's rights organizations might face when assessing their work.