JASS Crossregional

How do you work in diverse locations and political contexts, with a diversity of marginalized women around different issues and interests? Informative piece by JASS Board Co-Chair, Srilatha Batliwala situates JASS' work within the "meshworks" framework by Arturo Escobar.
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We invite you to a Congressional Hearing co-hosted by Congresswoman Michelle Grisham and 11 human rights organizations* on U.S. Drug Policy and its effects in Mexico and Central America.
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In the face of social, economic and political shifts happening around the world, are activism and movements changing; do they need to?
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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