How I became an advocate for sex workers’ rights

A personal reflection by African feminist Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah about her journey in becoming an advocate for sex workers' rights.

Member Teach-In | Under the Same Umbrella: feminism and sex workers' rights

AWID and the Red Umbrella Fund are organizing a teach-in on feminism and sex work.

Webinar: Feminists on the Road to the G20

In this webinar, feminist activists from diverse movements bring a critical perspective on the G20 summit taking place in Buenos Aires in 2018. 

Women's Work Exposed: New Trends and their Implications

This primer provides an overview of global trends and some strategies which are used to protect women’s worker rights, emphasizing the importance of work issues to all work for women’s empowerment and gender equality.

What we can learn from feminists who fund themselves

Now more than ever, feminist organizations need to deepen the search for autonomous resourcing models that work for our movements, on our own terms.

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.

A Feminist Future means Solidarity with Workers

Four activists drew out the connections between capitalist exploitation, corporate accountability and labour movement activism at the 13th AWID International Forum in Bahia, Brazil.

Organizing for our rights: A domestic worker in the Middle East speaks

At a time when the experiences and demands of domestic workers are often narrated by others, Beirut-based, Filipina domestic worker Ursula Cruz tells her own story.

Nations pledge to cut women's unpaid work and close the gender pay gap

in partnership with The Guardian

Agreement made at UN’s Commission on the Status of Women overcomes efforts by US and Russia to weaken text on violence, and sexual and reproductive rights.

A Home Away From Home in Singapore

A Home Away from Home Singapore is a campaign that aims to raise awareness of violence and other issues that domestic workers in Singapore are facing. Through this project, we wanted to increase visibility and, in the long run, inclusivity through a day of appreciation for the domestic workers themselves and to try to effect attitudinal change in the minds of the general public.