After 50 years of occupation in Palestine, friendship across a separation wall
Wars have been fought, walls built and separation policies enacted. But we share a common belief that peace is possible. We refuse to be enemies.
100 days of Trump — and resistance from grassroots women's groups
The multiplicity of harms can feel overwhelming. But with thoughtful coordination we can support each other to resist this administration's agenda and its global impacts.
Standing our ground at the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
When civic space is under attack, we make no dangerous accommodations. We stand up, and we fight back.
Myth-busting in defense of grassroots women crisis responders
False claims that deny the impact of grassroots women's crisis responses are diverting much needed resources away from the very people making the best use of them.
Guilty: what the Sepur Zarco trial means for women’s rights worldwide
Survivors of wartime sexual violence in Guatemala have secured a landmark victory in the Sepur Zarco trial: a win for international human rights in a domestic court.
Nepal's earthquake: grassroots women as first responders
Networks of Nepali grassroots women are reconstituting protective guards against increased violence against women, and have compiled core guidelines for relief workers to ensure the particular needs of women and girls are met.