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“Working to improve our own future”: Strengthening Networks of Women with Disabilities

The Strengthening Networks of Women with Disabilities on Humanitarian Issues project supports women with disabilities to advocate and take leadership on humanitarian issues at national, regional and global levels.

Planting seeds for innovation: initiatives that emerged from the 2012 Forum

This report reveals how ideas generated at the 2012 Forum and supported by an AWID’s Innovation Seed Grant have far-reaching benefits and ripple effects.

Sexuality, SRHR, and the Internet

Information technologies are now part of the chemistry of activism. The struggle for digital sovereignty and freedoms online are not new; they are a continuation of existing political struggles. This publication from ARROW for Change, is an attempt to narrativise sites of continuity, connection, and potential collaboration.

Islamic inheritance laws and rural women

The newest issue of ILC’s Framing the Debate series finds an interconnected mix of legal, educational, economic, social and political reasons for discriminatory inheritance practices.

Intentional destruction of cultural heritage

In the present report, the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights sets out a human rights approach, which she has developed, to the intentional destruction of cultural heritage, in conflict and non-conflict situations, by States and non-State actors.

Intentional destruction of cultural heritage

In the present report, the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights sets out a human rights approach, which she has developed, to the intentional destruction of cultural heritage, in conflict and non-conflict situations, by States and non-State actors.

Intentional destruction of cultural heritage

In the present report, the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights sets out a human rights approach, which she has developed, to the intentional destruction of cultural heritage, in conflict and non-conflict situations, by States and non-State actors.

Brave, Creative and Resilient: The State of Young Feminist Organizing

FRIDA The Young Feminist Fund launched at the 2016 AWID international Forum, an exclusive research that analyzed young feminist-led organizing from more than 1500 organizations around the world, over three years.

Brave, Creative and Resilient: The State of Young Feminist Organizing

FRIDA The Young Feminist Fund launched at the 2016 AWID international Forum, an exclusive research that analyzed young feminist-led organizing from more than 1500 organizations around the world, over three years.

Brave, Creative and Resilient: The State of Young Feminist Organizing

FRIDA The Young Feminist Fund launched at the 2016 AWID international Forum, an exclusive research that analyzed young feminist-led organizing from more than 1500 organizations around the world, over three years.