Issue Areas

Declaración de las mujeres indígenas amazónicas de la COICA frente a la emergencia por COVID-19 

Tal como lo afirmó hace algunas semanas la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, los Estados tienen la obligación de proteger a las personas más vulnerables de la región como son las poblaciones indígenas que habitan en la cuenca del Amazonas y que albergan a más de 2400 territorios en ocho países. Muchas de estas poblaciones viven en aislamiento y tienen muy limitado acceso […]

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 […]

Events

UN Expert Meeting Synergizes Around SDG 5 and Agenda 2030

Ahead of next month’s High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF), UN Women and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) brought together an expert group meeting on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5: to “achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls,” as a contribution to the in-depth review of the goal at the 2017 HLPF. […]

Our work

Women and the Right to Land: A Case Study of Brazil

From the perspective of women’s grassroots movements, defending basic rights to land and food is a constant struggle. Around the world, the expansion of agricultural production for export, controlled by large landowners and corporations, continually displaces rural communities. They are forced to leave their lands and means of subsistence, and become vulnerable to labor exploitation in large plantations or in […]

Gender Based Violence & Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Climate Change and SRHR (Post-2015 Policy Brief)

This brief considers how climate change will affect universal access to SRHR and that the implications have profound ramifications for the new developmental era. Introduction Globally, we are already witnessing and experiencing the onset of climate change. There is mounting evidence that climate change will have disastrous consequences for people and the planet. Climate change is one of the central […]