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Video of Jody Williams Closes Day Two
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Video of End of Day One Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire closes day one of the international conference "Women Redefining Democracy." Participants reflect on the full day of learning and knowledge, and proceed to a lively reception hosted by Nobel Laureate Rigoberta Menchu Tum.
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Rigoberta Menchú Tum welcomed participants to the second international conference of the Nobel Women's Initiative in Antigua, Guatemala on May 10th. She introduced the Vice President of the Republic of Guatemala, who welcomed the women on behalf of the President.
Is it possible to build a strong transnational organization – part movement, part NGO, part network – that retains flexibility and energy, resists bureaucratization, and truly recognizes and builds on differences? That’s our goal as JASS! In December 2009, we gathered to track our journey, learn from each other and from allies’ experiences, and name the principles that underpin this work
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Hey good people I'm in the moon, screaming happy and sobbing because of joy that the has come for change. To you ladies I'm telling you change will come for us women to enjoy and exercise our rights in the way we were suppose to as human beings and more over as the special creatures we are. I miss you all, with love Londiwe
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INDVOLU: A Phoenix Rising from the Ashes Experiences that connect us across continents can take unexpected turns. A community group from South Africa and a theatre troupe from Central America came together this November creating a connection that touched each of them profoundly and took on new meaning as tragedy struck.
JASS had a strong and visible presence at the AWID (Association for Women's Rights in Development) Forum held in Cape Town, South Africa in November 2008. JASS core team leaders Nani Zulminarni (Indonesia) and Martha Tholanah (Zimbabwe) were featured in the third opening plenary on the "Context of Our Work," and JASS board Co-chair Srilatha Batliwala and JASS Southern Africa activist Sindi Blose (South Africa) closed the forum on the final plenary.
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