Capire talked to Yildiz Temürtürkan, international coordinator of the World March of Women, about the movement’s history and challenges.
Kitzia Esteva talked to Capire about how grassroots organizations are connecting to fight U.S. military interventions worldwide
Capire talked to Sheelu Francis from the Women’s Collective about experiences to create new ways of work and living
Capire talked to Geum-Soon Yoon, of the Korean Women Peasants Association, about free trade policies in the region.
The feminist researcher Patricia McFadden talks about new feminist paradigms to refuse subalternity and focus on women’s potentialities.
Read the interview with a women's rights activist from Afghanistan on the consequences of of 20 years of US occupation and the Taliban returning to power.
Read and listen to this interview with the feminist activist and researcher Patricia McFadden on gendered nationalism and the power of feminism for women’s liberation.
On this day, July 25th, we listen to three Black women of the CONAMUCA who struggle for food sovereignty, the right to abortion, and anti-racism in the Dominican Republic.
In this interview, Solange Koné talks about women's political participation, the challenges of the pandemic and feminist practices for peace
Capire talked to Bushra Khaliq, from the World March of Women, about women’s struggles in South Asia for their rights and liberty.
After decades of armed conflict, “the social conflict remains intact,” says Marylen Serna, of the Peoples’ Congress.
Read and listen to Marilys Zayas as she spoke with Fúria Feminista, a Real World Radio show, on women’s role in producing Cuba’s vaccines.
Capire talked to Debbie Stothard on the history of the country and the strategies built by women to face impunity
Read the interview with Pancha Rodríguez, of CLOC-La Via Campesina, on the history of struggle of peasant women in the Americas.
To mark the International Day of Solidarity with Sahrawi Women, we spoke with activist Chaba Seini Brahim.
Archana Prasad spoke with Capire about women’s work and lives in India and the struggles against corporate power and right-wing policies
Código Sur activist Nikole Yanes presents alternatives to face digital capitalism.
Cindy Wiesner is the executive director of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, an US based alliance on grassroots organizations and networks.