For over four decades Inter Pares has been committed to promoting deep and enduring relationships of common cause among civil society organizations.
What if, this year, we take Mother’s Day back to its roots: a celebration of women as changemakers and contributors to society.
This year, we highlight the people of Inter Pares who make the work we do possible.
Inter Pares is thrilled to recognize Clinic 554 and the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives with this year’s Peter Gillespie Social Justice Award.
Charm Tong has traveled widely to expose the ongoing exploitation of women and children in Burma and Thailand.
Peruvian feminists face opposition by ultra-conservatives as they work to promote women’s sexual autonomy
Dr. Junice Melgar of Likhaan, an Inter Pares counterpart, shares her story of listening to grassroots women.
Assétou Samaké, plant geneticist from Mali, explains how women and biodiversity are the cornerstones of Africa’s food security.