Intercontinental Alliance of Women´s Networks in Law and Development
  • Fostering feminist political- legal actions and just development across Latin America, Africa and the Asia Pacific regions
  • Fostering feminist political- legal actions and just development across Latin America, Africa and the Asia Pacific regions
  • Fostering feminist political- legal actions and just development across Latin America, Africa and the Asia Pacific regions
  • APWLD

    APWLD's “Women in Power” Programme aims to strengthen women’s political participation and challenge gendered political structures. Through this programme we conduct training on gender and politics; facilitate networking and collaboration of women parliamentarians and other women in government; and conduct research for publication.

    The Women in Power Programme seeks to increase women’s political participation but also to offer a transformative model of governance and equip women with the knowledge, resources and networks to make a positive contribution to the realisation and advancement of women’s rights when elected.

  • FIDA Kenya

    Women and Governance – in seeking to promote women’s full and equal citizenship, this programme focusses its energies to securing transformative justice for all women. It does this through treaty monitoring and research, advocacy on women’s socio-economic and, political rights, legal literacy, promoting women’s sexual autonomy and strengthening justice chain institutions to ensure that they are responsive to women’s rights.FIDA Kenya will also work towards securing women’s economic autonomy by not only bringing visibility on the feminized nature of poverty but by advocating to transform macro-economic structures, restructuring financial architecture so they anchor equality and social justice in their design as well as ensuring that women have increased access and control over economic resources.

    Knowledge management programme – through this programme, FIDA Kenya seeks to deliberately contribute to a body of knowledge in the women’s rights movement. Through a thorough analysis of the constitution, national developmental agenda and international laws/policies, we invest in capturing ways in which these national priorities incorporate and promote women’s rights. With a rapidly shifting context in which feminist language has been appropriated in policy sites, we seek to harness the level of institutional alertness so that concrete actions and accountabilities for women accompany such policy commitments.

  • WILDAF

    Capacity building of national networks of women's rights in order to contribute towards the implementation of women's human rights

    Activities

    Training in various themes including: - networking
    - strategic planning
    - elaboration of projects and fund raising
    - legal education of women
    - assistance to women victims of violence
    - civic education
    - women’s participation in politics