International

APC WNSP is global network of women who support women networking for social change and women's empowerment, through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). The network promotes gender equality in the design, development, implementation, access to and use of ICTs and in the policy decisions and frameworks that regulate them. APC WNSP is part of the Association for Progressive Communications.
Topic:
Keywords:
The Institute for Development Studies (IDS) vision is a world in which poverty does not exist, social justice prevails and sustainable growth promotes human wellbeing. Their key strategic aims are: building new alliances, co-constructing knowledge, engaging in dynamic policy environments, and building their institutional capacity to be fit for purpose.
Topic:
Keywords:
The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) is an international, multi-generational, feminist, creative, future-orientated membership organization committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women's human rights. AWID’s mission is to strengthen the voice, impact and influence of women’s rights advocates, organizations and movements internationally to effectively advance the rights of women. JASS collaborates with AWID through the Mesoamerican Women Human Rights Defenders Initiative.
Topic:
Keywords:
The Nobel Women’s Initiative was established in 2006 by 6 sister Nobel Peace Laureates, who bring together their extraordinary experiences in a united effort for peace, justice and equality. Its mission is to work as women Nobel Peace Laureates to use the visibility and prestige of the Nobel Prize to promote, spotlight, and amplify the work of women's rights activists, researchers, and organizations worldwide.
Topic:
Keywords:
How can we truly engage all generations in our movements? We all have something valuable to offer, no matter what our age, and yet the ageism that often blocks us has not been explicitly addressed. This paper is intended to provoke a discussion about age discrimination or ageism as a factor in building sustainable feminist movements.
by Mia Nikasimo (c)
Topic:
Keywords:
The International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, August 3-8, 2008 provided an important opportunity for JASS activists to understand, face-to-face, the politics and actors dominating global decision-making on HIV/AIDS and to make their voices heard at this important international gathering. The JASS delegation was comprised of seven Southern African activists, five Mesoamerican activists – including two journalists from JASS’ strategic partner, Feminist International Radio Endeavor (FIRE) based in Costa Rica – and three members of the JASS crossregional team.
Keywords:

Pages

Subscribe to International