The women’s movement will continue to organize and shape a revolution that recognizes the autonomy and respects the agency of women.
Inter Pares is thrilled to congratulate two champions of biodiversity on winning the prestigious Equator Prize.
This year, we highlight the people of Inter Pares who make the work we do possible.
Eight years ago, Abdoulaye Déme left his village in Les Niayes, Senegal, and boarded a pirogue for the Canary Islands.
In 1995, when I was 14 years old, I was one of 15 students selected from schools in Bissau to participate in a learning exchange organized by Tinig
Najwa is a young woman supported by the Sudanese Organization for Research and Development.
Assétou Kafando is the president of the women farmers’ association in the small city of Dedougou in Burkina Faso, West Africa.
Augusta Henriques cofounded Tiniguena, whose name means “this land is ours,” to help Bissau-Guineans steward their country’s rich natural and cultural resources.