Research and Training
Feminist Participatory Action Research (FPAR)
Our research programmes endeavour to increase the evidence base for advocacy while strengthening the organising and mobilising women at the grassroots. Participation in FPAR is at an organisational level and undertaken as a 2-year project with many opportunities for national and international advocacy work. Research projects equip women with the tools for building up first hand evidence for advocacy purposes as well as resources for organising at community and national level. We currently have two ongoing FPARs, one with Rural and Indigenous Women, and another on Climate Justice.
APWLD conducts trainings on Feminist Learning and Legal Practice, Political Participation and Labor Organising under its different programmes. Through these various trainings, APWLD develops participant’s perspective and analysis of Globalisation, Fundamentalism and Militarism. Our trainings also provide the space for participants to sharpen their advocacy skills such as in interfacing with UN rights bodies, preparing advocacy narratives that highlight their key issues and concerns, and also providing opportunities for solidarity work among participants who work on diverse issues.
The deadline of applications for this programme has been closed. Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) and the Public Foundation "Development of Civil Society" are inviting applications for the 1st Central Asia
APWLD’s Climate Justice programme has selected partners for our Feminist Fossil Fuel Free Future Sub-grant. APWLD will support grassroots feminist organisations to advance the principle of just and equitable, inclusive, accountable and rights-based climate financing
Call for Application: APWLD Media Fellowship The deadline for this call has been closed. Concept Note for Applicants APWLD is inviting five women media professionals across Asia-Pacific region to participate in our inaugural media fellowship
Call for Interest: Multi-Country Research: Assessing impacts of policy shifts in relation to implementation of the ASEAN Community on ASEAN Women
APWLD is inviting member organisations in Southeast Asia to be part of the Multi-Country Research Project, which aims to chart the impacts of policy reforms and institutional changes made in ASEAN countries in relation to