JASS Southeast Asia

This presentation is from Women’s Organizing for Economic Rights and Democracy in Southeast Asia, a breakout session at the AWID 2012 Internation Forum on Women's Rights and Development. Around the world, access to cash and credit through microfinancing programs is touted as a magic bullet for eradicating women’s poverty. Yet, there is limited evidence that these strategies alone fundamentally alter the power relationships that drive women’s poverty in the first place.
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Following her participation in a regional communications for activism training facilitated by JASS and the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) last December in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and with the support of her organization, the Women Studies and Resource Center (WSRC), Millet organized a communication technologies training for human rights advocates from a variety of groups working in the Southern Mindaneo region.
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