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Co-creating Feminist Futures: The journey continues

A year ago today, 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.

Source: AWID Forum

Co-creating Feminist Futures: The journey continues

A year ago today, 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.

Source: AWID Forum

Co-creating Feminist Futures: The journey continues

A year ago today, 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.

Source: AWID Forum

Creating homespace: An act of Black feminist self care and resistance

Whether they’re demanding that #FeesMustFall in South Africa, contesting white settler colonialism in Canada, or defending the right of Afrofeminists in France to self-organize and decolonize, Black Feminists around the world are fighting interconnected (yet unique) struggles.

Source: AWID Forum

Creating homespace: An act of Black feminist self care and resistance

Whether they’re demanding that #FeesMustFall in South Africa, contesting white settler colonialism in Canada, or defending the right of Afrofeminists in France to self-organize and decolonize, Black Feminists around the world are fighting interconnected (yet unique) struggles.

Source: AWID Forum

Creating homespace: An act of Black feminist self care and resistance

Whether they’re demanding that #FeesMustFall in South Africa, contesting white settler colonialism in Canada, or defending the right of Afrofeminists in France to self-organize and decolonize, Black Feminists around the world are fighting interconnected (yet unique) struggles.

Source: AWID Forum

Sex work: a joint interview with Morgane Merteuil and Thierry Schaffauser

In this joint interview, Morgane Merteuil and Thierry Schaffauser, sex worker activists, elucidate the stakes of this fight to call prostitution « sex work ». Based on their activist and professional experience, they offer a definition of sex work from the workers’ ways of saying and ways of doing.

Source: Tracés, revue de sciences humaines

Climate and Environmental Justice

It is increasingly clear that reverting this catastrophic climate crisis requires a deep systemic change to our economic, political and social structures along with the promotion of climate and environmental justice that places people and planet at the core. So what is the solution? What is OUR solution?

Climate and Environmental Justice

It is increasingly clear that reverting this catastrophic climate crisis requires a deep systemic change to our economic, political and social structures along with the promotion of climate and environmental justice that places people and planet at the core. So what is the solution? What is OUR solution?

Climate and Environmental Justice

It is increasingly clear that reverting this catastrophic climate crisis requires a deep systemic change to our economic, political and social structures along with the promotion of climate and environmental justice that places people and planet at the core. So what is the solution? What is OUR solution?