JASS and the Fund for Global Human Rights convened a gathering on ‘defending rights in hostile contexts," among activists, researchers, donors and local, regional and international organizations to deepen our collective understanding of the crackdown against activists and civic space – and how to confront it. Learn more


Defending Rights in Hostile Contexts

"We cannot fight climate justice without upholding the democratic rights of women who are on the frontlines of climate change," writes JASS Southeast Asia regional co-coordinator Zeph Repollo.

Women and Climate Justice

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
Women and Climate Justice
JASS & "Just Transition"
Rethinking Protection, Power, and Movements
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