JASS Mesoamerica

JASS and our Count Me In! Consortium partners are excited to launch a new toolkit, Behind the Scenes of Extractives: Money, Power & Community Resistance, for women land defenders confronting unwanted and damaging extractive projects in French, Spanish and English.
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JASS and our Count Me In! Consortium partners are excited to launch a new toolkit, Behind the Scenes of Extractives: Money, Power & Community Resistance on March 18, for women land defenders confronting unwanted and damaging extractive projects. Register Now!
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This document by a group of feminist activists from diverse regions and social movements outlines the unique political opportunity presented by Beijing+25 to address critical structural and systemic obstacles to realizing gender justice and women’s human rights.
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This International Women's Day (#IWD) and month, we are celebrating women leaders from all over the world who are crossing the line every day to challenge oppressive systems and build just futures. Despite the precariousness laid bare by the Covid-19 pandemic, women are leading struggles to create a more sustainable and caring world for everyone. Their bold leadership, innovative organizing strategies, and ‘stubborn hope’ provide a blueprint for the transformation we seek.
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Just Associates is recognized as a 501c3 non-profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible.
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The Fund channels funds (within 24 hours) to our allies in times of crises to support women-led organizing responses that repair communities in the short and long-term. Read its impact.
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As we step into 2021, we are celebrating womendriven solutions in transforming power and creating lasting change. We would like to share with you inspiring words from our partners and staff in the regions we work. We hope these words fuel your spirits, reignite your imagination and agency to join us as we continue to cross the line and build a more just world.
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JASS Mesoamerica staff give an analysis of the recent peaceful demonstrations in Guatemala.
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In early November, Hurricane Eta slammed into Central America. Honduras and Guatemala were hard hit, with heavy rains, flooding, landslides, electrical storms and high winds. In Honduras, an estimated 2.6 million people are affected, and some 700,000 Guatemalans. Close to 100,000 Hondurans are displaced, with massive damage to homes and infrastructure. Nearly a hundred people are known to be dead or missing in Honduras and 46 killed and 96 reported missing in Guatemala, according to the Foreign Ministry.
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You are the voice of those who challenge the system. If you aren’t inside, who is going to speak for those who are outside? You have to be on the inside, you have to cry out, you have to speak up--and that’s what I have done. Be the voice
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