JASS Southeast Asia

Rede Feto is a national network of 18 civil society organizations formed in 2000 following Timor-Leste’s independence from Indonesia. Rede Feto focuses on strengthening the organization and advocacy capacity of its member organizations to enable them to push for policies and initiatives that support the improvement of women’s status and participation in Timor-Leste. The network also carries out activities aimed at improving the situation of poor women.
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The Cambodian Young Women's Empowerment Network (CYWEN) was formed in 2009 following a JASS movement building training process in Cambodia in order to strengthen young women’s voice and political participation in Cambodia through leadership training and awareness-building activities and action.
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SILAKA is a leading training agency with the purpose to educate, encourage and prepare Cambodians to reach their individual potential in a transparent group setting so they can positively and increasingly contribute to their organization effectiveness. 
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A Sumatra-based NGO, founded in 1990, PESADA (Perkumplulan Sada Ahmo) is dedicated to fighting ethnic discrimination, and women’s economic empowerment and rights through alternative women’s credit union model.
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PEKKA (Perempuan Kepala Keluarga or "Women Headed Household Empowerment") strengthens grassroots women leaders and organizations to engage in decisionmaking at all levels from the home to local government. Focusing on single, divorced and widowed women who are extremely marginalized, PEKKA's internationallyrecognized strategy of organizing women through economic cooperatives and combining human rights and political education, has built a network of over 800 000 women in Indonesia.
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JASS SEA Regional Workshop  In Phnom Penh, Cambodia - June 22-24, 2012 - JASS Southeast Asia's "landing the helicopter" workshop pondered how to deepen, understand and respond to power as 26 women from six Southeast Asian countries gathered to share stories and ideas on how to strengthen women's activism and JASS' role in the region.
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                    I love you not for your skin or how your hair done I love you not for your face or how you dress yourself I love you not for your body or how you address yourself
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Manohara has over a decade of experience with counseling women who have been treated violently. She has worked with the Sex Worker Programme of the PT Foundation and as Programme Manager for The All Women's Action Society (AWAM). She curently serves as the manager of the National Programme for the Malaysian AIDS Council, where she is responsible for raising awareness among mothers, youth, and marginalised communities on HIV/AIDS.
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An animated trainer and facilitator, Chea Cheysovanna brings a lot of experience to JASS Southeast Asia.
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Jelen Paclarin is a women’s rights advocate and the Executive Director of the Women’s Legal Bureau (WLB).  As a senior lecturer at the Miriam College in Manila, Jelen both educates on and fights for women’s human rights. WLB’s activities include education and training on women’s human rights and the law and conducting research and engaging in policy advocacy to transform the law and the legal system to advance women’s rights and leadership.
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