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Jaron Browne: “We Don’t Need Prisons At All”

Jaron Browne is the director of the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJ) in the United States. He attended the meeting “Weaving Emancipatory Proposals” in May 2024 in Guatemala, where he granted an interview discussing prison abolition, a struggle emerging from anti-racist organizations. Jaron, a trans person, underscored how important feminism and organized LGBT+ people are for the abolition struggle. While…

Maudy Ucelo: “Good Living Is the Respectful and Valuable Relationship We Have With Nature”

Maudy María Ucelo is a World March of Women militant living in the Xinka territory, in Santa María Xalapan, department of Jalapa, western Guatemala. “I identify as a young Indigenous woman, because this is where my struggle comes from in community feminist and social movements in my territory,” she explains. This interview was collectively conducted by Capire and Real World Radio during…

Feminism, Environmentalism, Regional Integration: Interviews at Foz do Iguaçu Conference

Social movements, trade unions, and progressive government representatives met in February 22-24, 2024 in Foz do Iguaçu, in the tri-border area between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay in the Southern Cone. And why did they meet? To hold the Conference on the Integration of Latin American and Caribbean Peoples, organized by multiple political subjects throughout 2023. The conference was attended by…

CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF NALU FARIA: PRESENT, TODAY AND ALWAYS!

These lines are destined to fail. They pursue an unachievable goal. How can we honour the life, ideas, thought and action of someone who gave her life to the people’s needs without hesitation, and who formed, and will continue to form, generations of women fighters? Nalu Faria was, and will continue to be, an essential reference figure for understanding grassroots,…

International Conference on Just and Feminist Energy Transition

Energy transition is one of the key ways to tackle climate change. The current energy system, based on fossil fuels such as oil, coal and gas, is a major emitter of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. These gases are responsible for global warming. But the problems of the current energy system lie not only in the type of energy and…

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A grassroots and feminist school

From 7 to 11 August 2023, the first in-person meeting of the Berta Cáceres International Feminist Organising School (IFOS) took place in Honduras. It was held at the ECOSOL training centre in the Comayagua department, a historic area of social resistance. "Berta understood the importance of political training and alliances to strengthen the movement. She taught us a lot and…

Fashion passes, harm remains, and women resist

On 24 April, we remember and stand in solidarity with the victims of the fast fashion industry, the women who died working in the highly precarious textile workshops of the Rana Plaza building, in Bangladesh, in 2013. This a Day marked by the World March of Women to show that the crimes committed by transnational corporations against women still continue.…