Feminism is the only global human rights movement that currently has an active presence across the length and breadth of our planet. Its eminently practical and experiential nature sets the pace of today’s global agenda. Thousands of women around the world are revolutionising social, political, cultural and economic spaces, guided by the compass of equal rights.
Feminisms, as diverse as women themselves, have united to combat the legal and social impunity that has historically thwarted attempts to seek justice for the myriad acts of violence suffered by women across the globe. Women are marching in the streets of major cities, but the greatest revolution is the transformation of the smallest, most intimate social spheres: women everywhere are no longer resigned to oppression as their fate, and the seed of equality has been planted in every corner, where it will inevitably continue to bear fruit.
Coordinated by: Association of Guatemalan Women (AMG)
31 January 2019Talks “Rohingya: A Genocide in the Digital Era” by Razia Sultana
Myanmar refuses to grant the Rohingya minority citizenship, placing them in an extremely vulnerable situation that (…)
08 May 2019Talks “Brazil: The Shaping of a New Conservative Order”, Luiza Carvalho
“Why did millions of women say #EleNão (not him) to the then ultraconservative candidate to the Brazilian (…)
17 September 2019Talks Honduras: Migrant Caravans and Inhumane Borders
The worst part of Honduras’s current crisis is the mass exodus of its population (…)
19 December 2019Talks “Gender Identity: A Human Right” by Daniela Vega
The contributions that transsexual women are making in the field of art and culture have forced society to stand before (…)