Check out these timely resources on "closing civic space" and the protection of activists co-produced by JASS and the Fund for Global Human Rights.


Defending Rights in Hostile Contexts

As JASS, we expresses our collective concern about the growing violence, violations of basic political and civil rights, and deterioration of democratic institutions in Honduras in the context of the very contested elections.

JASS statement on unfolding crisis in Honduras

The Just Transition framework presents a holistic model of system change, from extractive profiteering towards "ecological restoration, community resilience, and social equity." Drawing from our own experience and concepts, JASS staff review both the strengths and the challenges in advancing this timely model. Learn more

 

JASS & "Just Transition"

This 6th edition of our widely-used Making Change Happen series brings a feminist and social movement perspective to the urgent question of why—despite advances in legal and institutional protections for women human rights defenders—women activists and their organizations are more at risk than ever.

Rethinking Protection, Power, and Movements
Defending Rights in Hostile Contexts
JASS statement on unfolding crisis in Honduras
JASS & "Just Transition"
Rethinking Protection, Power, and Movements
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