About APWLD

APWLD is the region’s leading network of feminist organisations and advocates. Our 195 members represent groups of diverse women from 28 countries in Asia Pacific. We have been actively working for women’s rights for 30 years. APWLD is an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organisation in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Climate Justice Feminist Participatory Action Research for Change

 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Application Deadline: Sunday, 30 October 2016

Climate Justice Feminist Participatory Action Research for Change!

Support to Rural, Indigenous, Migrant, Urban Poor Women’s Organisations

Amplifying Voices, Strengthening Feminist Movements for Climate Justice

 APWLD invites grassroots women’s rights organisations […]

APWLD launches ‘Speak and Be Heard: APWLD Guide to Women’s Tribunals’

APWLD launches ‘Speak and Be Heard: APWLD Guide to Women’s Tribunals’, drawing on our members’ experience of participating in women’s and people’s tribunals. This resource is designed for activists around the world seeking to engage with or establish women’s […]

Trade liberalization and women’s livelihood: Interview with Ranja Sengupta

In our first episode of APWLD’s podcast, we talk to Ranja Sengupta from the Third World Network. She speaks about the impact of trade liberalization and Free Trade Agreements on women’s livelihood and why it […]