Poster with the image of the speakers and the moderator. The text says: The Constitutional amendment on abortion in Honduras: Key dimensions and impact at the regional level Thursday, February 18, 2021 3 pm EST
Gender Based Violence & Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Webinar: The Constitutional amendment on abortion in Honduras

      When: Thursday, February 18, 2021 When:3 pm EST (2pm Tegucigalpa) Speakers: Dorothy Estrada-Tanck, independent expert of the UN Working Group on discrimination against women and girls; Morena Herrera, feminist activist and member of Sombrilla Centroamericana. Moderator: Marcela Arias, feminist lawyer and member of Somos Muchas. Tune in via Facebook LIVE @SombrillaCA , @FARFeminists and @SomosMuchas. Context On Thursday, January 21, 2021, […]

Participants in consultative session in Kathmandu.
Global consultation: Effects of GBV on SRHR

Global Consultation Process on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Contexts of Crisis

  We are happy to share that we successfully completed a global consultation process among women activists and leaders which began in Nairobi in late 2019 in response to the call for submissions from the UN Working Group on Discrimination against Women and Girls (Working Group) on the theme of women and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in […]

Gender Based Violence & Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Kenya

FAR organized a consultative session on the effects of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) on women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) on November 8th, 2019 in the eve of the Nairobi Summit on the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD).  The meeting was attended by feminist and SRHR activists from Nigeria, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Uganda and South Africa, working […]

Gender Based Violence & Sexual and Reproductive Rights

“You Only Get What You Fight For!”: Siva Thanenthiran

Siva Thanenthiran is currently the Executive Director of ARROW in Malaysia. Prior to that, she explored different career choices in her life, which included teaching at a university, running a magazine across three countries and working for the United Nations. Her myriad work experiences helped her discover her passion for writing and learning and form her ideals of working in […]

Gender Based Violence & Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Isabelle Geuskens: Feminist Peace-building is a Powerful Model of Leadership for the World

FAR Steering Committee member and Executive Director of Women Peacemakers Program, in conversation with Communications Strategist, Preeti Shekar. Q1. Tell us about your work and how Women Peacemakers Program came about? I’m the the Executive Director of the Women Peacemakers Program (WPP). We originally started shortly in 1997, shortly after the Beijing Platform for Action, at that time as a […]

Gender Based Violence & Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Regional Meeting in Latin America June 2017 – Read Our Colombia Meeting Report

Last month, in collaboration with FIAN, Colombia, FAR  co-organized a regional meeting in Latin America in Bogota, Colombia, from June 27th to 29th. This powerful and critical meeting brought together women’s organizations in Latin America, working at the intersections of human rights, environmental justice and gender equality. Participants were representatives of women’s and social justice organizations working on a national […]

Economic & Social Rights

Profiles in Feminist Courage: Hibaaq Osman and Dinah Musinderwezo

When Hibaaq Osman or Dinah Musinderwezo speak, the world listens. Especially the world of human rights, gender equality and the likes of the new UN Secretary General at the 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) earlier this March. Hibaaq Osman founded and since founding it in 2005, she leads Karama, an organization that builds the strength and influence […]

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Rearticulating Our Feminist Struggles

What are the current and emerging issues that are likely to shape our world in the next 15 years and beyond? Who are the people and what are the issues that are left behind by the new sustainable development agenda? Where do these people and issues intersect? What are the challenges and barriers that hold back the full realization of […]