Demilitarization is a matter of political urgency for many peoples around the world. Challenging the military control over peoples and territories means fighting for peace, for people’s sovereignty, and for a world without violence, imperialism, colonialism, arms race, and warfare. People’s lives are not disposable, and women’s bodies are not battlefields!
Read Rosa Parks’ account about her act of disobedience against segregation on buses in Montgomery, United States, in 1955
In the context of COP27, Françoise Caillard looks into feminist challenges amid increasing militarization in the region
Bushra Khaliq provides an overview of the political context of countries in South Asia and the feminist movement in the region
The Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees deffends its historical role in confronting the Israeli ocupation
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
How feminist women are organizing the struggle for their rights and against political violence
Read or listen to the interview with Claudia de la Cruz about Black, feminist, and anti-war struggles in the United States
Check out the international gallery of feminist posters organized for the Peace Summit
Reports of violence suffered by women journalists while working and recent cases of political persecution
Switzerland will hold a popular vote on May 15th on spending more money on Frontex
Nora García on the role of feminism in building anti-capitalist peace
Check out 38 pieces published by Capire about the experiences of struggle for peace and demilitarization
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
Rania Khalek exposes how the hegemonic Western media promotes a narrative about the war based on censorship and silencing
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
Read the interview with the GGJ executive director about the role of the U.S. power on imperialism and wars
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.
Read an excerpt from the letter written by Rosa Luxemburg during her arrest
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
Hanaa Malallah’s visual works proposes an analysis of the destruction of wars in Iraq.
Read an excerpt from Tevn magazine, handwritten by Kurdish women imprisoned in the Elazığ Women’s Prison
Capire is turning one; check out what we have shared about and learned from international feminist resistance
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”
Kitzia Esteva talked to Capire about how grassroots organizations are connecting to fight U.S. military interventions worldwide
We publish a translated poem by Al Khadra, an acclaimed name of Sahrawi poetry in defense of self-determination
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.
Read the article from Hacer Özdemir about the Kurdish feminist struggles against patriarchal domination and the Ezidi femicide.
Read and listen to Jean Enriquez speech during the “Feminist struggles to bring down authoritarianism” webinar.
Read and listen to Yıldız Temürtürkan speech during the “Feminist struggles to bring down authoritarianism” webinar.
Read and listen to Bushra Khaliq’s contribution during the “Feminist Struggles To Bring Down Authoritarianism” webinar.
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.
Internationalist solidarity is grassroots strategy to end Israeli occupation
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.
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."
Capire talked to Debbie Stothard on the history of the country and the strategies built by women to face impunity
Check out the materials produced in the Basque Country for the 5th International Action of the World March of Women.
Nzira Deus exposes land encroachment and violence in Mozambique and shares feminist strategies toward organizing for change.
The Confluence of Women shares an overview on the challenges for grassroots struggles in Colombia in face of Iván Duque’s policies
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.
Palestinian Ruba Odeh spoke with Capire about women’s struggles against the occupation of their territories.
Women are using their political and cultural knowledge to carry on and free Western Sahara
“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.