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El desafío de articular una agenda de la economía feminista con las prácticas autogestionadas permitirá repensar las alternativas a un modelo de acumulación que ha mostrado serios límites.
Held within the framework of the Peoples’ Summit “WTO Out, Building Sovereignty” on December 11, 12 and 13 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the face of the XI Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization. 
The Peoples’ Summit “WTO Out, Building Sovereignty” gathered on December 11-13, 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, against the XI Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in this city.
Alejandra Scampini reflects on the significance of more than 2,200 women from 30 Latin American countries gathering in Montevideo, within the framework of the 14th Feminist Gathering of Latin America and the Caribbean (EFLAC) under the motto: Diverse but not divided.
Zhang Dandan and Cai Yiping analyze the significance of the nine new principles and 112 additional state obligations of the Yogyakarta Principles, a milestone in achieving human rights for all.
Presentation delivered by Cai Yiping at 9th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual and Health and Rights held on November 27 to 30 2017, in Halong Bay, Vietnam.
Next Monday, within the framework of the XIth Ministerial Meeting of the WTO, the Feminist Forum against Free Trade will be held in Buenos Aires to advance in new resistant forms of feminist economies.

An amendment to the agreement on intellectual property entered into force today (23 January) securing for developing countries a legal pathway to access affordable medicines under WTO rules.

17 Jan 2017 | Books
GEEJ eBook Available
DAWN organized a series of regional and interregional consultations and training institutes on “Strengthening Policy Analysis and Advocacy on Gender, Economic and Ecological Justice (GEEJ)” in the Pacific, Africa, Latin America, Caribbean and in Asia between 2010 to 2014. The final GEEJ meeting was inter-regional and brought together feminists from all the regions of the global South. The GEEJ ebook is one of the outputs from the long and inspiring journey of the GEEJ process and the young women who were part of it. 
This paper explores some of the links between tax justice and gender justice at the global level. It highlights two channels in which illicit financial flows and gender justice are connected. 
Geneva, 26 Oct (Kanaga Raja) -- A global alliance of civil society organisations (CSOs) and networks on 24 October presented a report assessing the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as well as highlighting some of the structural obstacles and challenges to its achievement.

This article offers ideas for achieving this by looking at the example of how tackling illicit financial flows could help the fight against women’s trafficking.

16 Aug 2016 | Articles
Rio, January 1994

A long, lost photo found of some of the attendees at the famous interregional meeting of around 220 women who met in Rio in January 1994 at the iconic Hotel Gloria.

Expose, Oppose, Propose details how, since
the mid 1970s, transnational alternative policy
groups (TAPGs) have functioned as think tanks
of a different sort, generating resources for a
‘globalization from below’ in dialogue with the
critical social movements that are protagonists for
global justice.

La emergencia de un “mundo feroz” se encuentra signada por una descontrolada globalización neoliberal, una economía política militarizada bajo un proceso de financiarización, una crisis climática, alimentaria, de la organización del cuidado y energética, el debilitamiento de los Estados-Nación y el fortalecimiento del poder mediático-corporativo y de las elites nacionales.