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. 

Feminist Realities exist: Join us to co-create, amplify and share

On 21 August 2018, the AWID team held a live discussion to share our vision for Co-creating Feminist Realities, the framework guiding our work from 2018-2022.

What does it take to create feminist economies?

What kind of transformations are needed to make corporate accountability a reality from a feminist perspective, rooted in shared feminist visions for alternative economies? Watch our webinar hosted by AWID and GADN.

What happened at the 38th session of the Human Rights Council?

Highlights and interviews from the 38th session of the Human Rights Council


Bring on the Binding Treaty: It's time for corporate accountability

Human rights abuses. Plundered resources. #Feminists4BindingTreaty explain why corporations must be held accountable for their impacts around the world.

AWID Forum: Reliving the magic, imagining the future

A year ago today - on September 6, 2016 - 1,800 feminists and women’s rights advocates from all corners of our movements gathered on the shores of Bahia for the 13th AWID International Forum. Get a flavor and feel of these various events at the 2016 Forum in Bahia in these videos produced in partnership with None on Record.

Defending people and planet: WHRDs confronting extractive industries

We are launching two new resources featuring courageous Women Human Rights Defenders who are confronting extractive industries and corporate power. They share their struggles for land and life, and speak to the risks and challenges they face in their activism.

The State of Our Feminist Movements

AWID has developed this animation with SeeHearDraw based on discussions sparked in the lead up to, and during the 2016 AWID Forum, on the State of Our Feminist Movements.

Webinar highlights: Corporate power and women's economic justice

On Tuesday 28th February, AWID and the Gender and Development Network (GADN) co-organized a webinar to discuss what kind of transformations we need to make gender, economic and ecological justice a reality and prepare feminist activists for the 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) taking place 13-24 March 2017. 

The impact of fundamentalisms and extremisms on cultural rights. Interview with UN Special Rapporteur

In her second report to the Human Rights Council, Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights Karima Bennoune considers how the rise of fundamentalisms and extremisms represent major threats to human rights worldwide, and calls for a global rights-based response.