Feminist economy is about political thought, practice, and pledge. It points the way to transforming the social organization and the lives of women, whose care work sustains life. Feminist economy challenges the divisions and hierarchies between culture and nature, the public and private realms, and productive and reproductive labor. We depend on each other and we depend on nature. This is why we need to build and practice an economy centered around life.
Capire is turning one; check out what we have shared about and learned from international feminist resistance
Marilys Zayas looks into how women in Latin America and the Caribbean experience poverty.
Read Tings Chak's piece on grassroots organizing and policies to fight poverty in China.
Theodora Pius shared experiences and struggles on how woman build feminist economy
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.
Capire talked to Geum-Soon Yoon, of the Korean Women Peasants Association, about free trade policies in the region.
Read and listen to Karin Nansen’s contribution about the feminist contributions to change economy and the energy system.
Halima Jouini analyzes women’s position in the Tunisian economy and presents proposals based on the women’s movement.
Data storage and control by big corporations have become a resource for more exploitation, racism, and gender discrimination.
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
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
Read an excerpt from “Together and Rebellious: Exploring Territories of Feminist Economics,” a publication created between the Basque Country and Brazil.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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
What the blockade and the unconventional warfare mean to women’s lives in Venezuela