Inter Pares is honoured to support La Colectiva as it continues to adapt to support women during this crisis.
For Manuel, ethno-education is not only an obligation of the State, it is fundamental to the dismantling of systemic racism and exclusion that Indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities face.
In the global North and South, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities and caused an increase in physical, structural and economic violence experienced by women.
Sari Tudiver, Chairperson of the Inter Pares Board of Directors, reflects on how communities mobilized for change in 2019.
For almost 15 years now, la Colectiva feminista has been promoting and protecting women’s rights in El Salvador.
Adriana and Marcela were among the first lesbian couples to marry in Colombia.
Program manager Guillaume Charbonneau tells us Flor's story and how she grew into her role supporting women's rights movements across Central America and Mexico.
Blanca Jiménez is a Maya Mam leader in Huehuetenango, Guatemala.