What We Are Reading: January 2022

What We Are Reading: January 2022

We’re starting 2022 off recommending three new reports on women’s/feminist organizations in conflict and crisis. COVID-19, conflict, and the anti-gender movement all have a profound impact on how feminist activists operate and organize. These reports provide concrete...
What We Are Reading: December 2021

What We Are Reading: December 2021

Report: Intrinsically Linked: Gender Equality, Climate, and Biodiversity, Action Aid, Both ENDS, WECF, and WO=MEN Dutch Gender Platform (2021). This report explains the intrinsic links among climate, biodiversity, and gender equality. While its recommendations are...
What We Are Reading: November 2021

What We Are Reading: November 2021

Report: Understanding Past Experiences to Strengthen Feminist Responses to Crises and Forced Displacement, Women’s Refugee Commission, April 2021 The Women’s Refugee Commission convened civil society, academics, practitioners, and people with personal experience of...
What We Are Reading: July 2021

What We Are Reading: July 2021

How to decolonize is one of the thorniest questions in the development aid industry. “Time to Decolonise Aid,” a report pulling together the insights from a 2020 consultation with 158 activists, academics, decision-makers, journalists, and practitioners adeptly...
What We Are Reading: June 2021

What We Are Reading: June 2021

From June 11-13, G7 leaders met in Cornwall for their first meeting since 2019. Headlines were dominated by Brexit, vaccines, and China. As predicted, the final communique included a number of key points on gender equality: recognition of the disproportionate impact...

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