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How Young Feminists Resist: A Comic Book

This comic book draws from ‘Brave, Creative and Resistant: The State of Young Feminist Organising’, a report by AWID and FRIDA shows that young feminists are diverse and organise intersectionally, collaborate with activists across a range of social justice movements and lead through participation and consensus building.

How Young Feminists Resist: A Comic Book

This comic book draws from ‘Brave, Creative and Resistant: The State of Young Feminist Organising’, a report by AWID and FRIDA shows that young feminists are diverse and organise intersectionally, collaborate with activists across a range of social justice movements and lead through participation and consensus building.

#RightsAtRisk Webinar: The state of anti-rights organizing and our resistance

On 15th November 2017, AWID, as part of the Observatory on the Universality of Rights (OURs), is honored to provide a platform for feminist activists and women's rights advocates, including AWID members, partners and allies to discuss the state of anti-rights organizing and ways forward for our collective resistance.

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Recommendations for Spotlight Initiative’s investment to end violence against women

Women’s movements around the world have been at the forefront of ending violence against women, advancing women’s participation on local, national and global levels and securing relevant legislation and policy for gender equality. Women’s movements should play a central role as partners defining and implementing the Spotlight Initiative.

Recommendations for Spotlight Initiative’s investment to end violence against women

Women’s movements around the world have been at the forefront of ending violence against women, advancing women’s participation on local, national and global levels and securing relevant legislation and policy for gender equality. Women’s movements should play a central role as partners defining and implementing the Spotlight Initiative.

Recommendations for Spotlight Initiative’s investment to end violence against women

Women’s movements around the world have been at the forefront of ending violence against women, advancing women’s participation on local, national and global levels and securing relevant legislation and policy for gender equality. Women’s movements should play a central role as partners defining and implementing the Spotlight Initiative.

How would you spend half a billion euros to end violence against women?

The European Union and United Nations announced the Spotlight Initiative: EUR 500 million to end violence against women. We will use your signatures to strengthen our multilateral advocacy around the Spotlight Initiative. Your commentary will help strengthen the demands and contribute to further regional analysis of these funds.

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How would you spend half a billion euros to end violence against women?

The European Union and United Nations announced the Spotlight Initiative: EUR 500 million to end violence against women. We will use your signatures to strengthen our multilateral advocacy around the Spotlight Initiative. Your commentary will help strengthen the demands and contribute to further regional analysis of these funds.

Source: Count Me In! Consortium / AWID Read more

How would you spend half a billion euros to end violence against women?

The European Union and United Nations announced the Spotlight Initiative: EUR 500 million to end violence against women. We will use your signatures to strengthen our multilateral advocacy around the Spotlight Initiative. Your commentary will help strengthen the demands and contribute to further regional analysis of these funds.

Source: Count Me In! Consortium / AWID Read more

Young feminists: the future belongs to us, not transnational corporations

Corporate impunity impacts young women and girls disproportionately. Young feminists must join the growing mobilisation for a UN treaty on transnational corporations and human rights.

Source: OpenDemocracy 50.50 / AWID