We are deeply saddened by the passing of Fezeka Kuzwayo who, amongst other things, reminded us to always speak truth to power… We stand in solidarity with the One in Nine Campaign.
NOTE: Deadline has been extended to 23 June 2016
Redefining the decriminalisation agenda for women in all their diversity is not so much the issue, as is the lack of agendas, which result in immediate and continuous action.
The larger question that needs to be addressed is how do we translate this redefined agenda into ‘tangible’, ‘measurable’, and ‘sustainable’ actions that will impact women in their diversity on a daily basis.
Launched at the 60th CSW Conference in New York, the latest Mujeres Adelante addresses a rights-based call to action.
Are you in New York?
Join us for a lively debate with women’s rights advocates on 15 March 2016 from 17h30 – 20h00 at The Roosevelt Hotel, Sutton Suite, 45 East 45th Street.
Women and young women in all their diversity have experienced violations of their rights (and continue to do so), particularly in the context of sexual and reproductive health – and lack agency to make free and informed choices about their sexual and reproductive lives.
Launched at the 18th ICASA Conference in Harare the latest Mujeres Adelante brings women’s voices to the fore.
The International HIV/AIDS Alliance has launched ‘Paradise or Persecution” to highlight the fact that 75+ countries persecute LGBT people. Take the quiz now to see which of your dream holiday destinations criminalise LGBT people. Sign the petition to help make it stop. http://paradiseorpersecution.com
ALN is very excited to release its most recent brief – an insight into women’s experiences when accessing healthcare. We want to extend a big thank you to Social, Health and Empowerment – SHE in East London and Khanyisa in King Williams Town for helping to facilitate these discussions at the community level. Click the link to begin to better understand what women are experiencing when accessing healthcare, particularly in the Eastern Cape.