Izabela Jaruga Nowacka
Webinar: Resist fundamentalisms and fascisms in Eastern Europe
Audiocast from our webinar, a conversation with three activists from the region as they share their analysis of the advances of ultraconservative forces across the region.
From National to Global Agenda and Why We Should Be There at All Levels
I first heard about Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) at the age of 19. To be honest, at that time for me it was nothing but nice pictures (as each goal had its own symbol) with nice slogans — just a wish list. I got to familiarize myself with the concept of accountability and how governments should be accountable to international community but more importantly, towards their own people. Gradually, I started to understand what it was all about, that if it works that means me, my family, my relatives, my friends, just people around me should live better.
When a Small Bunch of Young Women Envision Peace
We are a small bunch. We are a group of young women from Bosnia and Herzegovina. We gathered around a Peace Academy Project, organized by Kvinna till Kvinna, to undergo a training in peace, conflict transformation, and the role of women.
Gender transitions: A personal story
Tangarr Forgart is a Trans activist who works with 'Lavendar Menace' in the Ukraine.
About the World Press Freedom Day: Q&A with an AWID Member
Every May 3rd, the World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) is marked and celebrated internationally as a day that honors freedom of expression as a fundamental human right.