On her article, El-Ejla Chejh Alla (Ayla Chejh) talks about the operation of the National Union of Sahrawi Woman, and their struggles during war times
The anti-militarist feminist militant shares Women in Black’s views on wars over the world and talks about experiences of actions for peace
Peruvian militants denounce repression against demonstrations for democracy in Peru and address their current strategies of struggle
Gina Alfonso talks about the role of pedagogical mediation in the book with the accumulations and methodologies of the Facilitator’s School
Looking back on the launch of the World March of Women and its internationalist feminist agenda
Read the article by Nalu Faria on the challenges facing the feminist movement as it tackles poverty and the patriarchal control over women’s bodies and lives
Seven years after the political assassination of the Honduran leader Berta Cáceres, we publish a message by her daughter Bertita Zúniga Cáceres about her legacy
Two new videos expose principles to build feminist economy into the social movements agenda
The thought and political practice of a radical fighter from Guyana
Video depicts the everyday lives and stories of women who live in Sahrawi refugee camps in Algeria
The Iraqi personal status laws and their effects on women’s lives
Camila Parodi shares the story of the Argentinian portal Marcha and the experience of feminist journalism from social movements
Documentary shows some of the thousands of women who make feminism in Brazil a continuous, organized, and grassroots movement.
The World Rainforest Movement exposes the Mexican context of feminist resistance against oil palm plantations
Grassroots movements are fundamental to ensure the sustainability of life, defend nature and the people who live in it
Read Miriam Nobre’s reflection on collective resistance experiences in view of the threat capital poses against nature
Read Geum-Soon Yoon’s speech on women’s strength to boost systemic changes
Read one of the trailblazing writings of socialist feminism, “The Woman Question: From a Socialist Point of View”
An overview on the content published by Capire in 2022
Now that the Declaration completes 4 years, read about some achievements and challenges of the peasant movement to implement it #LVC30Years #PeasantRightsNow
The alternatives include developing technologies based on the principles of agroecology
Read ETC Group member Verónica Villa’s speech on how digital food chains work
Read Karin Nansen’s speech on the importance of conducting a social assessment of technologies to build food sovereignty
Watch a video featuring reflections by militants of the World March of Women and ally movements
Read Rosa Parks’ account about her act of disobedience against segregation on buses in Montgomery, United States, in 1955
The political agenda of the World March of Women Europe
Feminist militants from Europe, Asia, and the Americas talk about the challenges facing the struggle against violence today
Hebe de Bonafini, co-founder and president of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Association, passed away on November 21st, 2022
Women’s organizing experience in the first years of building La Via Campesina #LVC30Years
The story of the first travesti targeted by the Inquisition in Brazil
Watch the video about the Berta Cáceres Feminist School of the World March of Women Americas
The trade union movement's proposals for a just energy transition
We share the series “The Gap,” by Yara Osman, a Syrian photographer living in Brazil
In the context of COP27, Françoise Caillard looks into feminist challenges amid increasing militarization in the region
The story of Lumina Sophie and women’s participation in the Southern Insurrection
Bushra Khaliq provides an overview of the political context of countries in South Asia and the feminist movement in the region
Paola Romero Niño talks about the struggle for the right to food for women, girls and non-heteronormative people
Article by Natália Lobo, of the World March of Women, criticizes the corporate strategies of financialization of nature
The feminist uprising in Iran, from challenging compulsory hijab to changing the entire system
Sabine Manigat explains the big mobilizations recently happening in Haiti demanding profound system change
Learn about the carefully constructed LGBT+, feminist and anti-neoliberal mobilization that took the streets of Beirut in July 2022
Read the reflection by the Russian revolutionary on the role of art to raise awareness and continuously build a new society.
On International Day of Action for Food Sovereignty, we talk about grassroots education and feminism
Nalu Faria looks into the role of grassroots feminist education in political education processes
Sabitri Neupane from the Women Peasants’ Association, Nepal reflects on women confronting the patriarchy in South Asia
Meet the feminist artist that challenges the patriarchal powers and practices in Georgia
From Honduras, the Garifuna leader Miriam Miranda talks about racism, political persecution, and women organizing
Capire spoke with Camille Bruneau and Christine Vanden Daelen, the authors of a book that provides feminist responses to illegitimate debt
What changes with Cuba’s new Family Code, as it will be put to a referendum on September 25th
Read the publication “15 Years of REDD,” by the World Rainforest Movement
On the 96th birthday of the Mozambican poet Noémia de Sousa, we share a poem about Black resistance and kinship
Bertha Zúñiga, Leticia Paranhos, Miriam Miranda, and Soniamara Maranho on how to confront transnational corporations in their territories and the region
The Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees deffends its historical role in confronting the Israeli ocupation
The general coordinator of La Via Campesina talked about the struggles against WTO and the path to food sovereignty
Militant Adriana Vieira looks into the feminist struggles in defense of Brazilian democracy
Read about the fearlessness, struggles, and achievements of domestic workers organized in the Domestic Territory collective, in the Spanish state
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
Translator Aline Scátola shares reflections on the political role of indirect translation in women’s joint organizing efforts and their knowledge
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
Puerto Rican activist on the connections between feminism and the struggles for independence in her country
Looking back on the life and struggle of Margarida Maria Alves, a Brazilian peasant union leader who was killed on August 12th, 1983
The art of Kaya Agari, of the Kurâ-Bakairi people, from Brazil
Journalist Sally Burch gives interview on the challenges and achievements of the agenda for the democratization of the internet
Teeba Saad analyzes the impacts of decades of war and the challenges posed to equality
Check out the virtual gallery produced in a Capire-People’s Forum partnership
Valentina Machado, of Real World Radio, shares her views on feminist communications and the efforts toward the alliance between grassroots movements
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
22 artists from across the world depict the struggles for Food Sovereignty in 30 years of La Via Campesina
Read the contribution of Marilys Zayas to the discussion on grassroots feminist communication strategies
How feminist women are organizing the struggle for their rights and against political violence
The critique of increasing control of transnational corporations over agriculture in countries in the global South
Ama Pratt shared her experiences at Pan African TV during Capire’s feminism and communications webinar
Read or listen to the interview with Claudia de la Cruz about Black, feminist, and anti-war struggles in the United States
"Not alone, never alone, always together": activists pay tribute to one of the founders of the World March of Women
Women from several parts of the world joined the Feminist Brigade and shared experiences of struggle
Caravan held activities in defense of land and the memory of the forcibly disappeared
Read Nalini Rathnarajah’s article on how this crisis began and its effects on women's lives
Struggling against neoliberalism, Indigenous, peasant, and grassroots resistance takes to the streets and faces repression
Watch a video with statements from three LGBTQIA+ grassroots militants about the agendas of struggles in their countries and movements
Read the love poem “Speech”, by Ruth Vanita, an Indian poet who writes about relationships between women.
Check out the international gallery of feminist posters organized for the Peace Summit
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
Llanisca Lugo on the pathways toward regional integration in the Americas
Poem by Mafalda Galdames speaks to women’s struggles and lives
A huge challenge facing grassroots feminism is to globally and more strongly confront the current model and propose a vision for a new society
Articles explains the environmental hypocrisy of the State of Israel as a strategy to dominate Palestinian lands
Taking Palestinian rivers and territories is a violent domination strategy of Israel. This article is also available in Arabic
Reports of violence suffered by women journalists while working and recent cases of political persecution
Read the interview with La Vía Campesina activist from the Dominican Republic on building popular peasant feminism
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
Switzerland will hold a popular vote on May 15th on spending more money on Frontex
Check out the new book by the Latin American Network Women Transforming the Economy, featuring analysis and accumulated knowledge
Women who took part in the 3th Continental Assembly of ALBA share reflections and stories about grassroots communications
Nora García on the role of feminism in building anti-capitalist peace
Read Friends of the Earth International’s paper on the links between feminism, agroecology, and food sovereignty
Check out the photo gallery with pictures of May 1, Workers’ Day, in Argentina
The principles and practices of grassroots feminist integration driven by ALBA Movements
Watch an excerpt from a series of videos about the struggle for migrant women’s rights in France
Check out 38 pieces published by Capire about the experiences of struggle for peace and demilitarization
Read the interview with Silvia Ribeiro on agriculture 4.0 and agri-food transnational corporations’ power in the podcast Feminist Rage
Video features women farmers from Northeast Brazil denouncing the impacts of wind power generation on their lives and territories
Nana Aïcha looks into the World March of Women’s experience in the struggle for peace, exposing the situation of the ongoing war in Mali
Amaia Pérez Orozco talks about the traps of capitalism and the key role of care work in the sustainability of life
Conamuri militants denounce the criminalization of those who struggle for land rights in Paraguay and report on resistance experiences
Rania Khalek exposes how the hegemonic Western media promotes a narrative about the war based on censorship and silencing
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
On This Palestinian Land Day, we publish the translation of an article by the leader Khitam Saafin on the struggle for land. Also available in Arabic
The documents published by the memory institution Khazaaen attest women's lands titles in Palestine
Read an excerpt from the e-book “I Write to You, Colombia,” published by the Alliance for Solidarity, Resistance, and Hope
Chukki Nanjundaswamy from La Via Campesina talked about what happened after the mobilizations and farmers protests in the country
Read the interview with the GGJ executive director about the role of the U.S. power on imperialism and wars
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
Uruguay promotes a popular referendum to decide whether to partially repeal a law passed in record time and that affects fundamental rights
Kate Hudson from the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) talked about NATO, the war in Ukraine and the struggles against nuclear weaponry
Dara Sant’Anna reflects on militarism in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, four years after the assassination of Marielle Franco
Yasamin Afghan reveals the daily lives of Afghan women and denounces killings and arrests of those who resist the Taliban's brutal regime.
Memory, international mobilization and revolution: discover the history of March 8, an international day of struggle proposed by socialist women
Video brings messages from women who mobilize the feminist movement in their territories and regions around the world
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.
On this International Day of Solidarity with Sahrawi Women, Sultana Khaya denounces the persecution she has suffered from the Moroccan occupation in Western Sahara
For the freedom of the people of Western Sahara, here’s a poem by Salka Embarek
The election of Xiomara Castro brings with it the need for structural changes in Honduran politics
Hanaa Malallah’s visual works proposes an analysis of the destruction of wars in Iraq.
Nalu Faria talks about the scenario in Brazil, the presidential elections and the “Out with Bolsonaro” movement
Read an excerpt from Tevn magazine, handwritten by Kurdish women imprisoned in the Elazığ Women’s Prison
The pathways of resistance in a strike called by peasant and Indigenous organizations from northern Peru
Avantika Tewari From IT for Change Talked About What It Takes to Dismantle the New Presentations of Capitalism Worldwide
Read and listen to the activist's assessment of the first year of legal abortion in Argentina
Read an excerpt from the dossier on big technology transnationals published by the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Reasearch
Sonia Mitralias from the Committee for the Abolition of Illegitimate Debt talked about the achievements and challenges faced in the country
Luciana Alfaro Lavado, of the International Committee of the World March of Women, writes on the movement’s perspectives for the region
Capire talked to Yildiz Temürtürkan, international coordinator of the World March of Women, about the movement’s history and challenges.
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
To challenge the right in the elections, we must fight misinformation and hatred
Sonia Vidal offers, in writing and audio, La Via Campesina’s views on challenging patriarchal violence
Big corporations orchestrate false solutions based on green economy at the UN climate change conference.
Read to Sophy Ngalapi’s contribution at the “Anti-systemic struggles to live free of violence” webinar
Llanisca Lugo looks into the challenges facing Latin America and the Caribbean as the region confronts imperialist advances
Read and listen to Marié Crescence’s contribution at the “Anti-systemic Struggles To Live Free of Violence” webinar
Read and listen the contribution Neelam Chaturvedi gave during the “Anti-systemic struggles to live free of violence” webinar
Read an excerpt from the declaration against the classification of Palestinian civil society organizations as “terrorists”
Watch the new animated film by Tecla Network to learn about the threats of agriculture 4.0 and how peasant women are resisting it through agroecological practices.
Grassroots movements from the Americas have accumulated experiences and a history of struggles for sovereignty and integration.
Women are the most harshly affected by the power of transnational corporations; but they are also the ones primarily resisting it.
Large grassroots marches reject president Nayib Bukele’s anti-democratic and neoliberal bid. Read the report by activist Ana Isabel López
Kitzia Esteva talked to Capire about how grassroots organizations are connecting to fight U.S. military interventions worldwide
Abeer Al Butmeh from Friends of The Earth Palestine denounces the Israeli occupation and exploitation of natural resources
November 6th is the birthday of the Portuguese poet Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen.
We publish a translated poem by Al Khadra, an acclaimed name of Sahrawi poetry in defense of self-determination
The World March of Women’s repertoire of action and reflection to build an anti-racist, anti-systemic, and grassroots feminism.
Capire talked to Sheelu Francis from the Women’s Collective about experiences to create new ways of work and living
See in this gallery pictures and experiences of the World March of Women
Marilys Zayas looks into how women in Latin America and the Caribbean experience poverty.
Over these 25 years of the principle of food sovereignty, women have contributed to biodiversity and reorganization of labor.
Read Tings Chak's piece on grassroots organizing and policies to fight poverty in China.
Read an excerpt from the article “Feminist Movement in Morocco,” by Khadija Ryadi
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.
Watch the video with testimonials about the fight for the legalization of abortion in the Americas.
Putting the confrontation with sexist and judicial violence on the feminist agenda is key to get some laws off the paper.
Read the article from Hacer Özdemir about the Kurdish feminist struggles against patriarchal domination and the Ezidi femicide.
Ana Chã discusses the revolutionary potential of women artists in rural areas and cities and invites us to join the call for artists of La Vía Campesina
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.
Capire talked to Geum-Soon Yoon, of the Korean Women Peasants Association, about free trade policies in the region.
Read and listen to Jean Enriquez speech during the “Feminist struggles to bring down authoritarianism” webinar.
On International Indigenous Women’s Day, meet the story of Bartolina Sisa, an Indigenous Bolivian fighter from the 18th century.
Read and listen to Yıldız Temürtürkan speech during the “Feminist struggles to bring down authoritarianism” webinar.
The feminist researcher Patricia McFadden talks about new feminist paradigms to refuse subalternity and focus on women’s potentialities.
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 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.
Poem voices criticism against Coca-Cola’s land expropriation and production model.
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.
We remember the words and struggles of the activist Shashi Sail about her experience fighting for women’s autonomy.
Wilhelmina Trout points to historical challenges in South African women's struggle for political participation to dismantle patriarchal capitalism.
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.
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.
Today, July 31st, Africa’s Women’s Day, we listen to a chant and a message by Graça Samo, of the International Secretariat of the World March of Women.
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.
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.
Learn about women’s criticism of the Food Systems Summit and the offensive of corporate power against food and nature
Mekatilili led a rebellion against colonialist violence during the British occupation of her country
In Kenya, women are fighting for food sovereignty and climate justice by taking care and highlighting the importance of indigenous seeds
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
Halima Jouini analyzes women’s position in the Tunisian economy and presents proposals based on the women’s movement.
Learn about the story and strength of a quilombola who is a reference for the Black women movement in Brazil.
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.
Read about Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu's feature film that portrays a lesbian relationship in a neighborhood in Nairobi.
The LGBTQIA+ struggles against neoliberalism and conservatism are paths to autonomy and feminist social change.
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.
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.
Feminist economy on the agenda to promote political education and strategy for change.
Teresa Lara Junco looks into the work carried out by Cuban women and proposes a feminist agenda for the economy
In this interview, Solange Koné talks about women's political participation, the challenges of the pandemic and feminist practices for peace
Perla Álvarez, from CLOC-Vía Campesina, writes about food sovereignty as resistance and practices of peasants and indigenous movements.
Internationalist solidarity is grassroots strategy to end Israeli occupation
Capire talked to Bushra Khaliq, from the World March of Women, about women’s struggles in South Asia for their rights and liberty.
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.
Read an excerpt from “Together and Rebellious: Exploring Territories of Feminist Economics,” a publication created between the Basque Country and Brazil.
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
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.
Feminist education is marked by critique of the heterosexual norm and the commodification of the body
A video by Friends of the Earth Brazil and the World March of Women shows how free trade is attacking lives in the global South.
After decades of armed conflict, “the social conflict remains intact,” says Marylen Serna, of the Peoples’ Congress.
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.
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."
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
Maira Domingos offers reflections on compulsory motherhood, conservatism, and patriarchal relationships in marriage
Experiences of Indigenous, Black, and peasant organizing and resistance are the basis of feminist political education
Women defend their land and community against the brutality of capitalism in inland Morocco. Also available in Arabic.
On May 1, 2021, we are launching a new virtual gallery with posters created by 24 people and collectives from 12 different parts of the world.
Listen to a song in Luo language by the Kenyan artist Lydiah Dola
World March of Women militants from the Philippines and Morocco recorded a video to denounce women’s precarious work conditions in the textile industry.
Transnational corporations and free trade agreements hide behind sustainability and gender equality discourses to increase the power of the market over life.
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.
Women are the leading figures in Food Sovereignty. Learn more about this struggle with the photographs of the archives of La Via Campesina, Friends of the Earth, and the World March of Women.
Read the interview with Pancha Rodríguez, of CLOC-La Via Campesina, on the history of struggle of peasant women in the Americas.
Looking back at the history of the World March of Women, a photo book published in Quebec celebrates the 20th anniversary of the movement.
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
The World March of Women Iraq offers a reflection on neoliberalism, oppression against women, and poverty.
Women from Brazil, Belgium and South Africa indicate popular ways to confront the pandemic
Watch the video that compiles our publications from January to April 2021
First feminist marchers from Tunisia pay tribute to feminist writer Nawal Saadawi
On March 31st, 2021, we celebrate the 149th birthday of Alexandra Kollontai.
Nzira Deus exposes land encroachment and violence in Mozambique and shares feminist strategies toward organizing for change.
Islanda Micherline recorded a video addressing the alarming situation faced by the Haitian people and calls for solidarity with the country
Feminist farm school faces threat from Coca-Cola monoculture.
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.
Online event paid tribute to women’s struggles in their territories and illustrated the importance of education for grassroots feminist international organizing.
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.
Women from all over the world can create and submit posters by April 15th. Selected works will be included in a feminist virtual gallery that will be launched on May 1st.
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.
The 133 pictures by 44 women from 40 places taken in different years feature a snippet of the strength of March 8 across the world.
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.
Capire spoke with Myles Sanchez and Jean Enriquez of CATW-AP about sexual violence, war on drugs, and other struggles faced by philippines
Virtual gallery: the history of March 8
Video by La Via Campesina shows experiences of grassroots feminism and agroecology promoted by women from different parts of the world
The Confluence of Women shares an overview on the challenges for grassroots struggles in Colombia in face of Iván Duque’s policies
Audre Lorde was an African-American poet, author, professor, and lesbian activist. If she were alive, she would be turning 87 today, February 18th, 2021!
To mark the International Day of Solidarity with Sahrawi Women, we spoke with activist Chaba Seini Brahim.
Read the translation of this anticolonial poem by Pakistani Kishwar Naheed.
Watch the video exposing the violence suffered by African women in oil palm plantations
Archana Prasad spoke with Capire about women’s work and lives in India and the struggles against corporate power and right-wing policies
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.
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
Watch Balti Zaina, of the Amazigh people, talk about the struggles of women to defend their land and fight the attacks from the Moroccan state
Código Sur activist Nikole Yanes presents alternatives to face digital capitalism.
Watch the video produced by women in Fındıklı. This is the first episode of a serie by the World March of Women in Turkey
Yamileth Gonzáles on the conditions Honduran women face amid the pandemic and after recent hurricanes
Cindy Wiesner is the executive director of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, an US based alliance on grassroots organizations and networks.
Palestinian Ruba Odeh spoke with Capire about women’s struggles against the occupation of their territories.
Sefu Sanni from the World March of Women Kenya talks about what it takes for African countries to achieve food sovereignty
What the blockade and the unconventional warfare mean to women’s lives in Venezuela
The International School is a tool that contributes to the alliance between the movements and to the construction of transformative syntheses between women
The poem “Exhausted Woman” was written by Linda Kouamé, also known as L’Encre des Étoiles (Ink of the Stars).
Women are using their political and cultural knowledge to carry on and free Western Sahara
Video shows Danixa Navarro, Laura Capote, and Lupe Perez speaking about women’s participation in mobilization processes
"Feminist Criticism of Corporate Power" is a series of three animated films about precarious work, food and digitalization, that follows an e-book. .
“Synthesis No. 2 (Poems from Bukavu)” pays tribute to the women who struggle for land in the African continent and other parts of the world.