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Join us in building a more just world.

All over the world, women are defying the odds and leading their communities to stand up for people and the planet – at great risk. They need solidarity and resources to multiply their efforts to confront crises and build a just future.

Your tax-deductible donation to JASS helps us ensure that grassroots women leaders and their movements are able to win crucial battles for healthcare, livelihoods, safety, and the environment in their countries and communities.

Thank you so much for your contribution!

It is not just any kind of work, but careful work that makes it clear that every person matters—as a principle. This is the core of JASS’ humanity; that it is not just every person, but every moment, everything we do that matters.

Hope Chigudu

WHAT YOUR GIFT SUPPORTS

Your generous contribution will strengthen the voice, visibility, and collective power of women to defend human rights and advance justice for all.

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Train grassroots women to be effective feminist organizers to forge sustainable solutions to climate, economic and political crises

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Build networks for mutual support, self-defense and advocacy

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Influence policy and practice on gender justice, women human rights defenders, civic participation and democracy

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Amplify women’s voices and feminist perspectives on critical agendas

JASS’ deep grounding in local movements and long-term accompaniment of women leaders across its three regional offices, combined with its growing global presence, makes it an important actor in the women’s movement building space.

Medina Haeri, Oak Foundation

“JASS is an organization that really means ‘movement’ when you say movement…I appreciate that JASS has sustained solidarity with HIV positive women at a time when the voices and priorities of HIV+ women are no longer ‘major news’ and I fear has become less visible in African feminist organizing.”

Jessica Horn, African Women’s Development Fund

“I didn’t know an organization like JASS existed in the world.”

Canadian embassy in Indonesia

“After attending these trainings, I feel that JASS is a fashion designer. By this I don’t mean that you come to design and measure us, but instead you let us measure ourselves and choose a design based on what is suitable for us and in our communities.”

Burmese activist

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