Decolonial Solidarity in the Fight Against Corporate Power in Morocco

In a world where expropriation and corporate power is the norm, sociologist, filmmaker and Franco-Moroccan activist Soraya El Kahlaoui made a film on the struggle of the Ghich L’Oudaya tribe in Morocco, and the role of women in particular. 

The women behind El Salvador’s historic environmental victory

This article is dedicated to all Salvadoran women who have actively resisted and defended their territories, to all those who continue to resist, and to those who have passed on as a result of their resistance.

Building a fossil fuel-free feminist future: An Indigenous perspective

Climate change has become an enormous threat to humanity.

It is very apparent that women are more vulnerable to climate impacts because they make up the majority of those who are involved in subsistence farming and care work.

Honouring WHRDs Resistance to Corporate Power

Women human rights defenders (WHRDs) have been, and continue to be, at the forefront of struggles worldwide to challenge inequality and economic and political systems based on natural resource extraction, labour exploitation and multiple forms of discrimination.

Declaration of the Workshop Group on the Gendered Impacts of Mining

The following declaration is the outcome of a workshop on the gendered impacts of mining, held in Mania, Philippines from 30 July to 1 August, 2015, as part of the the International People's Conference on Mining.

Relevant and Urgent: African Women Unite Against Destructive Resource Extraction

WoMin, an African gender and extractives alliance, focuses on exposing the negative impacts mining has on women and works to provide eco-feminist and post-extractivist development alternatives. 

Land: A Common Good for Economic Development

In Tanzania, Women's Action Towards Economic Development (WATED) has been working closely with women in rural settings, as well as with the local government on issues concerning land rights and economic justice.