Vaccine Justice: How can feminists collectively organise to hold States accountable?

Join feminists from around the world, in a teach-in & a strategy session, to explore the many ways transnational corporations, philanthrocapitalism and the vaccine nationalism of Northern States are interfering with public decision-making to prioritise corporate interests over public interests in our world today - and how feminists take collective action for health, rights, and justice.

Climate Change and the Covid-19 crisis are Two Sides of the Same Coin: You Can’t Tackle One Without the Other

This article was originally published on the LSE WPS blog.

Capitalism is the Virus: Feminist Recovery is the Antidote

It's time for bold solutions, that are people and environment centred, and feminists are creating them!

Bailout Manifesto: From a Feminist Bailout to a Global Feminist Economic Recovery

This Manifesto builds on the the global success of our #FeministBailout Action Week, 1-5 June, 2020. The document combines demands from feminist and social movements and lists 5 principles and 10 actions a feminist post-COVID recovery.

Capitalism is the Virus: Feminist Recovery is the Antidote

It's time for bold solutions, that are people and environment centred, and feminists are creating them!

Financial Flows are a feminist issue: a workshop facilitation guide

This new facilitation guide is a popular education tool for learning about Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) from a feminist perspective. It contains a step-by-step methodology for a two-day workshop to be adapted and applied by feminist and social justice groups.

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. 

Webinar: Feminists on the Road to the G20

In this webinar, feminist activists from diverse movements bring a critical perspective on the G20 summit taking place in Buenos Aires in 2018. 

What does it take to create feminist economies?

What kind of transformations are needed to make corporate accountability a reality from a feminist perspective, rooted in shared feminist visions for alternative economies? Watch our webinar hosted by AWID and GADN.

Bring on the Binding Treaty: It's time for corporate accountability

Human rights abuses. Plundered resources. #Feminists4BindingTreaty explain why corporations must be held accountable for their impacts around the world.