Bertha Zúñiga, Leticia Paranhos, Miriam Miranda, and Soniamara Maranho on how to confront transnational corporations in their territories and the region
Militants explain the perspective of popular peasant feminism and how it has been built within La Via Campesina’s organizing processes
This text reports on the ultracycling experience of Marielle Bouchard, including statements by her and by people who she met along the way
In solidarity with the campaign to free Teesta Setalvad, we share an excerpt from her memoirs in which she writes about journalism committed to human rights
Women from the Balkans shared their experiences during two-day feminist school
Looking back on the life and struggle of Margarida Maria Alves, a Brazilian peasant union leader who was killed on August 12th, 1983
Read the story of Maria Adosinda, a Mozambican feminist militant who was dedicated to fighting violence and exploitation
Anuka de Silva shared her experiences on popular communications during Capire’s feminism and communications webinar
Quilombola women share their organizing experiences and their priorities in the struggle in Brazil
Read the contribution of Marilys Zayas to the discussion on grassroots feminist communication strategies
"Not alone, never alone, always together": activists pay tribute to one of the founders of the World March of Women
Caravan held activities in defense of land and the memory of the forcibly disappeared
What is at stake for global free trade according to La Via Campesina leaders
The developments of the Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organizing School in the Balkans, the Americas, and facilitator training
Grassroots movements met in the US against the Summit of the Americas and stood up for sovereignty and people power
Meet the experiences of women who organize care and solidarity in their territories
Women in agroecology and agroforestry in Brazil sow diversity and collective organizing
Women who took part in the 3th Continental Assembly of ALBA share reflections and stories about grassroots communications
Read Friends of the Earth International’s paper on the links between feminism, agroecology, and food sovereignty
The principles and practices of grassroots feminist integration driven by ALBA Movements
Check out 38 pieces published by Capire about the experiences of struggle for peace and demilitarization
Conamuri militants denounce the criminalization of those who struggle for land rights in Paraguay and report on resistance experiences
Feminist organizations come together in alliance to draft an European petition to guarantee the rights of women and LGBTQIA+ immigrants
On the way to the Peace Summit against NATO, women build a feminist agenda to end the war and towards peace
The documents published by the memory institution Khazaaen attest women's lands titles in Palestine
In a touching letter, the mother of Amel, a young woman murdered for resisting the rules imposed by Islamic sectors, denounces the terrorism experienced by Algerian women
Memory, international mobilization and revolution: discover the history of March 8, an international day of struggle proposed by socialist women
Read an excerpt from the letter written by Rosa Luxemburg during her arrest
Read an excerpt from “Systems of oppression on women’s lives”, part of Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organizing School's curriculum.
“We are demanding a feminism that really dismantles all forms of domination,” said Berta Cáceres.
Read the story of Ana Betancourt in the struggle for the independence of Cuba
Read an excerpt from the book “The Workers’ Union,” published in 1843, four years before the Communist Manifesto.
The election of Xiomara Castro brings with it the need for structural changes in Honduran politics
The pathways of resistance in a strike called by peasant and Indigenous organizations from northern Peru
Capire is turning one; check out what we have shared about and learned from international feminist resistance
It takes multiple voices to make grassroots communications happen. An e-book provides experiences of women from seven countries in the Americas.
Understand the violent military regime that took over power in Sudan and the struggles against it
Read an excerpt from the declaration against the classification of Palestinian civil society organizations as “terrorists”
Grassroots movements from the Americas have accumulated experiences and a history of struggles for sovereignty and integration.
Over these 25 years of the principle of food sovereignty, women have contributed to biodiversity and reorganization of labor.
Read an excerpt from the article “Feminist Movement in Morocco,” by Khadija Ryadi
Putting the confrontation with sexist and judicial violence on the feminist agenda is key to get some laws off the paper.
On International Indigenous Women’s Day, meet the story of Bartolina Sisa, an Indigenous Bolivian fighter from the 18th century.
We remember the words and struggles of the activist Shashi Sail about her experience fighting for women’s autonomy.
Learn more about the life and struggles of Argelia Laya, a Venezuelan militant and teacher, with quotes from interviews and from her autobiographical book.
The words of Black women from four countries across the Americas show paths toward feminist and anti-racist struggles in different territories.
The anti-colonial leader Marie Koré brought women together in struggle to demand freedom for political prisoners in the 1940s.
Mekatilili led a rebellion against colonialist violence during the British occupation of her country
Building diverse political actors and internationalist alliances epitomizes the political action of grassroots feminism
This is a story of amassing power and courage, as part of the Cuban heritage of rebelliousness against oppression
Learn about the story and strength of a quilombola who is a reference for the Black women movement in Brazil.
Building practices for liberation and tackling LGBTQIA-phobia in rural areas are ongoing processes in La Via Campesina.
Feminist economy and movement building were the focus of the Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organizing School on June 21st and 22nd.
Feminist economy on the agenda to promote political education and strategy for change.
Internationalist solidarity is grassroots strategy to end Israeli occupation
Read about the session on state and democracy, with experiences shared by women from different parts of the world, such as Kenya, Venezuela, Kurdistan, and Bolivia.
On May 29th, we celebrate Louise Michel’s 191st birthday.
What is happening in Chile after the victory of the left and social movements in the Constitutional Convention election
Feminist education is marked by critique of the heterosexual norm and the commodification of the body
Read and listen to Kathia Ramirez on the work of the Farmworkers’ Support Committee (CATA), in her participation in the “Migration and Refuge on the Feminist Agenda” Webinar.
Experiences of Indigenous, Black, and peasant organizing and resistance are the basis of feminist political education
Check out the materials produced in the Basque Country for the 5th International Action of the World March of Women.
Colonialist, heteropatriarchal, and racist capitalism: overlaps that exploit and subjugate the peoples
Across all continents, women are organized and struggling to sustain life.
Read about the agroecological experiences and struggles of the women of the Sungai Buri community as they affirm their sovereignty and reclaim their rights to their land
Here’s how the welcoming session and technical training workshop went down at the International Feminist Organizing School
On March 31st, 2021, we celebrate the 149th birthday of Alexandra Kollontai.
Feminist farm school faces threat from Coca-Cola monoculture.
Online event paid tribute to women’s struggles in their territories and illustrated the importance of education for grassroots feminist international organizing.
Capire spoke with Myles Sanchez and Jean Enriquez of CATW-AP about sexual violence, war on drugs, and other struggles faced by philippines
Video by La Via Campesina shows experiences of grassroots feminism and agroecology promoted by women from different parts of the world
In Argentinian frontline communities, women are saying, “How could we not fight? Do we dry with the land?”
The solidarity experience of grassroots movements to fight violence and authoritarianism around the world.
Sefu Sanni from the World March of Women Kenya talks about what it takes for African countries to achieve food sovereignty