OURs Report 2021
Time for Action: Stop the anti-rights infiltration of the UN!
How funders can resource feminist movements: concrete practices to Move More Money to the Drivers of Change
This report by AWID and Mama Cash, in the context of our Count Me In! partnership, contains key practice-based insights on HOW funding modalities can succeed in providing sustained and direct resources to feminist movements in all their richness, boldness and diversity.
High hopes and high expectations for resourcing feminist movements: recommendations to the Equality Fund
AWID’s report presents how activists themselves define what is needed in this moment and how funders can support feminist realities in all their richness, boldness and diversity.
Building solidarity between feminist movements and women resisting the war on drugs
AWID worked closely with communities of women who use drugs to build solidarity, learn from, support and engage with each other. We have documented our experience in this report.
Toward a feminist funding ecosystem: A framework and practical guide
Imagine the world we could create together if feminist movements were abundantly resourced. In our new report, Toward A Feminist Funding Ecosystem, we explore what it would take to make this a reality.
2016 AWID Forum - Evaluation Report
The AWID International Forum brings together feminist and women’s rights leaders and activists from diverse movements, development practitioners, and donors from around the world. This global convening consistently proves to be a critical space to collectively energize and shape the analyses, agendas and alliances that drive strategies to make gender justice and human rights lived realities.
Women's Rights in Transitions to Democracy: Achieving Rights, Resisting Backlash
The Women’s Rights in Transitions to Democracy: Achieving Rights Resisting Backlash (Pre-Meeting and Strategy Sessions Report) is based on the pre AWID 2012 Forum consultation devoted to strategizing around women’s rights and transitions to democracy, attended by almost 100 women’s rights leaders from over 18 countries in the MENA region, as well as activists from Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and South Asia.
Rights at Risk: The Observatory on the Universality of Rights Trends Report 2017
This report is the first of a series on human rights trends produced by the Observatory on the Universality of Rights (OURs) initiative, a collaborative and multi-organizational project that aims to monitor, analyze, and share information on anti-rights initiatives.
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