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Joanne Sandler brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to JASS.
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Director of Operations:  JASS' Cross Regional office in Washington, D.C. is looking for an experienced and creative Director of Operations who is a seasoned non-profit professional with extensive operational and people-centred management experience, preferably in the international social justice sector.
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Join us on Thursday, March 27th at the JASS Office in Washington, D.C. for an event co-hosted by WOLA on the protection of women human rights defenders in Mexico and Central America. Register now!
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Join us in New York for this exciting event on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 1:15 pm EST at the United Nations! Follow us @jass4justice and tag #ProtectWHRDs!
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February 18, 2014Mexico City, Mexico Open Letter to: Enrique Peña Nieto, Presidente de México Barack Obama, President of the United States
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Beyoncé has the internet abuzz, but this time it’s not just about her music and the groundbreaking launch of her new album—it’s also about whether or not she is a feminist. From academics to culture bloggers, community activists to girls who never thought about or used feminism in a written sentence before—and many feminists around the world—black, white, young, old, African, Latina, men, women—everyone’s chattering about whether Beyoncé is a feminist. 
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November 2013- US Congresswoman Michelle Grisham (D-NM) and the Mesoamerican Working Group (MAWG) hosted a congressional briefing on US policies that are militarizing Mesoamerica. Panel featured: Laura Carlsen, CIP Americas, Javier Sicilia, Mexico's Movement for Peace with Justice & Dignity, Claudia Samayoa, UDEFEGUA and Alex Main, CEPR.
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Guatemala Human Rights Commission-USA, Oxfam America, Rights Action and JASS (Just Associates) invite you to a reception to welcome the Guatemalan and Honduran delegations to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
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On September 20, 2013 The Elliot School of George Washington University held a panel discussion on the concept of "Disruption" and what that means in the context of women's movements, past and present in the shift to move beyond gender mainstreaming. JASS Director Lisa VeneKlasen and Board co-Chair Srilatha Batliwala were invited to speak alongside Aruna Rao and Joanne Sandler from Gender at Work and Alivelu Ramisetty, Gender Advisor for Oxfam America. Listen to the audio of the event! 
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"There is no revolution without the other 51%: lessons from feminist movements about how change happens." In this edition, HIVOS and JASS team up to feature women's civic activism.

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