Embodying Pleasure in Bleak Times
We wake up to worlds that are unbearable to watch and live in.
Trans Pageantry, Radical Joy, and Autonomous Resourcing in the Tonga
Feminist Solidarity with Palestinian Civil Society
Haiti needs inclusive feminism that defends all women, including trans women
Much of the feminist movement in Haiti thinks the crisis-torn country isn’t ready for this conversation – but it will make us all better feminists
Autonomy, Rights, Resources: A conversation with the Aotearoa New Zealand Sex Workers’ Collective
Written and interviewed by Tenzin Dolker
Edited by Muna Gurung
Illustrations by Priyanka Singh Maharjan
COP26: Feminist Perspectives on the Climate Summit and Beyond
You will not be surprised to hear that the fifteen days of negotiations during the COP26 did not lead to the binding climate commitments we need, overlooked gender-responsive climate policies and failed to equitably redistribute resources to ensure just transitions.
From US $40 Billion to US $2 Billion: unpacking the real numbers behind Generation Equality funding pledges
The Generation Equality Forum (GEF) closed in July with the announcement that US $40 billion was pledged to advance gender equality worldwide. Four months after the GEF, we are still waiting for UN Women to make the full details of funding commitments publicly accessible.
New Brief: Where Is The Money for Feminist Organizing?
Data Snapshots and A Call to Action
The need to resource feminist movements in all their boldness and power has never been greater. Our new Where Is The Money? brief shows just how much women’s rights organizations and feminist movements continue to be systematically under-resourced.