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Woman activist leader and feminist, Tiwonge Gondwe recounts her fight for dignity and justice in the struggle for better ARVs in Malawi. Tiwonge is one of the thousands of HIV+ women activists that JASS has been training, supporting and accompanying in the fight for decent health care resources since 2007.
Not too long ago, Sreymom Loem was working under unfavorable conditions as a garment worker in Cambodia. Today, she is an activist who fights for women garment workers' rights. Read more on how she got there!
JASS Southern Africa's Maggie Mapondera and Katswe's Winnet Shamuyarira sound off on a historic court ruling (March, 2015) condemning two perpetrators of street harassment to a year in jail and why there's still a long way to go for Zimbabwean women.
From June 17-18, twenty-five Southeast Asian researchers, human rights advocates, grassroots leaders, and activists came together for a conversation about the changing context in Southeast Asia and its impact on women, women’s rights and women’s activism.
One woman Crossing the Line is courageous, many women Crossing the Line is a movement. Embedded in communities throughout Southeast Asia, Southern Africa and Mesoamerica, JASS' movement-building programs and collaboration with many partners and allies is helping to realize the power of organizing. 
In honor of Berta Cáceres, we share an earlier piece that spotlights some aspects of her journey as an indigenous leader in last few years. Thank you Berta for crossing many lines of courage and justice.
On 22 February 2012, Bettina Cruz was arrested by agents of the Federal Attorney General's office. Her arrest demonstrates the kinds of risk that a woman human rights defender may face but the outcome is proof that you can defend your community’s rights successfully.
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