Marilys Zayas looks into how women in Latin America and the Caribbean experience poverty.
Read Tings Chak's piece on grassroots organizing and policies to fight poverty in China.
Theodora Pius shared experiences and struggles on how woman build feminist economy
Nalu Faria discusses authoritarianism, which has been afflicting the world with control strategies, escalation of precarious conditions of life, and exploitation of labor and nature.
In view of the Colombian armed conflict, inequalities, and violence, we must organize. Read and listen to the words of Nury Martínez at the “Feminist Struggles to Bring Down Authoritarianism” webinar.
Read the article from Hacer Özdemir about the Kurdish feminist struggles against patriarchal domination and the Ezidi femicide.
How is the economy, precarization, and the pandemic being felt by women and the working class in Lebanon today?
The World March of Women Coordinating Board in Morocco has been continuously supporting women’s struggles against the policies of impoverishment and humiliation that affect them.
Indigenous peoples and women rise up and hold intense demonstrations against Guatemalan president, for a plurinational state.
Read and listen to Jean Enriquez speech during the “Feminist struggles to bring down authoritarianism” webinar.
Read and listen to Yıldız Temürtürkan speech during the “Feminist struggles to bring down authoritarianism” webinar.
Read and listen to Bushra Khaliq’s contribution during the “Feminist Struggles To Bring Down Authoritarianism” webinar.
Read an excerpt from the publication “Nine Reasons to Say NO to Contract Farming with Palm Oil Companies.”
Read and listen to Karin Nansen’s contribution about the feminist contributions to change economy and the energy system.
Mobilization, change, and unity are fundamental tasks for social movements and political forces in the region.
Wilhelmina Trout points to historical challenges in South African women's struggle for political participation to dismantle patriarchal capitalism.
The feminist struggle for a different organization of work and for a harmonious relationship with nature also requires a just transition in the energy model.
Learn about women’s criticism of the Food Systems Summit and the offensive of corporate power against food and nature
In Kenya, women are fighting for food sovereignty and climate justice by taking care and highlighting the importance of indigenous seeds
Halima Jouini analyzes women’s position in the Tunisian economy and presents proposals based on the women’s movement.
Read and hear M. Adams’ article about the about Black transfeminisms confrontating the colonialist system of opressions
Data storage and control by big corporations have become a resource for more exploitation, racism, and gender discrimination.
The LGBTQIA+ struggles against neoliberalism and conservatism are paths to autonomy and feminist social change.
Fighting the exploitation of labor, poverty, and colonialism are feminist issues.
Results of feminist survey are source of analysis on the situation of working women in Venezuela
Indigenous feminists and their struggles for the right of existence and for power over their land and resources.
Teresa Lara Junco looks into the work carried out by Cuban women and proposes a feminist agenda for the economy
Perla Álvarez, from CLOC-Vía Campesina, writes about food sovereignty as resistance and practices of peasants and indigenous movements.
Read an excerpt from “Together and Rebellious: Exploring Territories of Feminist Economics,” a publication created between the Basque Country and Brazil.
Read and listen to the contribution of Marianne Ebel, member of the World March of Women Switzerland, in the “Migration and Refuge on the Feminist Agenda” webinar.
Read and listen to the contribution of Yafa El Masri, a Palestinian refugee in Lebanon, on the webinar “Migrations and Refuge on the Feminist Agenda."
Maira Domingos offers reflections on compulsory motherhood, conservatism, and patriarchal relationships in marriage
Women defend their land and community against the brutality of capitalism in inland Morocco. Also available in Arabic.
Transnational corporations and free trade agreements hide behind sustainability and gender equality discourses to increase the power of the market over life.
The World March of Women Iraq offers a reflection on neoliberalism, oppression against women, and poverty.
Nzira Deus exposes land encroachment and violence in Mozambique and shares feminist strategies toward organizing for change.
Ten years after the “Arab spring,” Souad Mahmoud reflects on women’s living conditions and struggle as they face conservatism and instrumentalization.
Read and listen to the words of Claudia de la Cruz, of the International Peoples’ Assembly, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar
Read and listen to the words of Karin Nansen, chair of Friends of the Earth International, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar.
Read and listen to the words of Yolanda Areas Blass, of La Via Campesina, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar, as part of the preparations for March 8.
This is an edited version of a speech Khitam Saafin gave in October 2020. Khitam is currently detained by the Israeli occupation. Free Khitam!
Read and listen to the words of Sophie Dowllar, of the World March of Women of Kenya, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar.
Read the article by Maria Fernanda Marcelino, of the World March of Women Brazil, on the “Out with Bolsonaro” campaign.
Read and listen to the words of Nalu Faria, of the World March of Women, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar, as part of the preparations for March 8.
Read and listen to a contribution by the eternal sister Berta Cáceres on the challenges of grassroots organizing in Honduras.
The Confluence of Women shares an overview on the challenges for grassroots struggles in Colombia in face of Iván Duque’s policies
Raquel Barreto looks back on Lélia Gonzalez’s contributions to Black women’s struggles.
Jean Ngobi, from the World March of Women Uganda, talks about how big international companies are affecting women’s live in Africa
Yamileth Gonzáles on the conditions Honduran women face amid the pandemic and after recent hurricanes
What the blockade and the unconventional warfare mean to women’s lives in Venezuela
Women are using their political and cultural knowledge to carry on and free Western Sahara