Reports of violence suffered by women journalists while working and recent cases of political persecution
Read Friends of the Earth International’s paper on the links between feminism, agroecology, and food sovereignty
Check out 38 pieces published by Capire about the experiences of struggle for peace and demilitarization
Rania Khalek exposes how the hegemonic Western media promotes a narrative about the war based on censorship and silencing
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 “Systems of oppression on women’s lives”, part of Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organizing School's curriculum.
Read an excerpt from the book “The Workers’ Union,” published in 1843, four years before the Communist Manifesto.
Avantika Tewari From IT for Change Talked About What It Takes to Dismantle the New Presentations of Capitalism Worldwide
Read an excerpt from the dossier on big technology transnationals published by the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Reasearch
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
Big corporations orchestrate false solutions based on green economy at the UN climate change conference.
Women are the most harshly affected by the power of transnational corporations; but they are also the ones primarily resisting it.
The World March of Women’s repertoire of action and reflection to build an anti-racist, anti-systemic, and grassroots feminism.
See in this gallery pictures and experiences of the World March of Women
Over these 25 years of the principle of food sovereignty, women have contributed to biodiversity and reorganization of labor.
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.
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
Read an excerpt from the publication “Nine Reasons to Say NO to Contract Farming with Palm Oil Companies.”
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
Building diverse political actors and internationalist alliances epitomizes the political action of grassroots feminism
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.
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.
Read an excerpt from “Together and Rebellious: Exploring Territories of Feminist Economics,” a publication created between the Basque Country and Brazil.
Feminist education is marked by critique of the heterosexual norm and the commodification of the body
Experiences of Indigenous, Black, and peasant organizing and resistance are the basis of feminist political education
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.
Transnational corporations and free trade agreements hide behind sustainability and gender equality discourses to increase the power of the market over life.
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.
Here’s how the welcoming session and technical training workshop went down at the International Feminist Organizing School
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
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.
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.
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 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.
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 solidarity experience of grassroots movements to fight violence and authoritarianism around the world.
The International School is a tool that contributes to the alliance between the movements and to the construction of transformative syntheses between women