Autonomy is key for women to have the right to their own body and a life free of violence. Autonomy is not something that builds up on its own. We understand autonomy as a path under construction, which is laid out by strengthening women’s movement and organization. Facing violence and the control over women’s bodies means facing the racist and patriarchal capitalist system.
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.
We remember the words and struggles of the activist Shashi Sail about her experience fighting for women’s autonomy.
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.
Read and hear M. Adams’ article about the about Black transfeminisms confrontating the colonialist system of opressions
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.
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.
Feminist education is marked by critique of the heterosexual norm and the commodification of the body
Maira Domingos offers reflections on compulsory motherhood, conservatism, and patriarchal relationships in marriage
Listen to a song in Luo language by the Kenyan artist Lydiah Dola
Nzira Deus exposes land encroachment and violence in Mozambique and shares feminist strategies toward organizing for change.
Capire spoke with Myles Sanchez and Jean Enriquez of CATW-AP about sexual violence, war on drugs, and other struggles faced by philippines
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.
Watch the video exposing the violence suffered by African women in oil palm plantations
Yamileth Gonzáles on the conditions Honduran women face amid the pandemic and after recent hurricanes