The climate crisis continues to escalate, and the urgency for meaningful solutions has never been more palpable. As world leaders gather for the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP28), it’s crucial that grassroots voices are not just heard but leading on the solutions we craft.
Between October 7 and November 2, more than 9,061 Palestinian people in Gaza and 1,400 Israeli people have been killed.
We are thrilled to announce that the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) led by Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres in partnership with Both ENDS and Mama Cash, has been selected as a member of the re:arc institute’s 2023 Cohort!
Women within the Context of Agricultural Extractivism: Voices of Women Land Defenders in Central America
How does agricultural extractivism affect ecosystems, communities, and women specifically? What are women defenders and their communities doing to guarantee that life is sustainable and stop the destruction of their territories?
September 28th is International Safe Abortion Day. On this day, we bear witness to the struggle for the bodily autonomy of women, transmen, and childbearing people, which transcends our bodies and spreads onto the streets, courts, and legislative chambers.
Defending Life in All Its Profusion of Expressions: Decolonization, Anti-racism, and Harmonizing Textiles as Diverse Paths to Freedom
Chahim A’jam Vásquez Leal, shares reflections, feelings and thoughts that she has lived through actions for the defense of life in plurality of existences, as well as concerns and proposals for freedoms to defend plural expressions of life.
New partnership to support gender-just climate action: The Government of Canada with the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action
“At GAGGA, we have seen how the synergy of women, trans, intersex, and non-binary voices can reshape climate narratives, drive impactful solutions, and challenge the status quo”. Executive director, GAGGA Lead Organisation.
“Down with prisons, jails, and borders. Anti-colonial resistance in the barrios and villages.” With these powerful words and to the beat of rap music, Leafrox launched the virtual conversation “Disruptive Notions: Intersectionality and Decoloniality in Central...
Justice for many people continues to be an illusion, a chimera, but also something that is built from below and with the soil. This is how women defenders in Central America.
Transfeminists in the region are committed to uniting all bodies and all marginalized groups to fight patriarchy, capitalism, and, of course, racism with a Central American perspective.