Southeast Asia - Resources

A JASS Southeast Asia activist discusses her organizing work as an LGBT activist in Indonesia, and why being a part of the JASS community is so important to her. Read More
Center for Women's Resources
Video images of feminists from Indonesia and Timor L'este joining together for a workshop to strengthen and diversify the leadership of women's movements through intergenerational political education, skills-building activities and trans-border learning. Later in 2008, JASS convened a larger regional institute for women of all ages working to address the combined challenges of poverty, labor exploitation, migration and trafficking facing women.
Looking back at JASS' Movement Building Initiative in Mesoamerica, Southeast Asia, and Southern Africa
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JASS
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.
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.
As we look back on 2019, we draw inspiration from JASS partners, allies and community-based women leaders, who rise up, and keep on keeping on. Read their inspiring stories.
In this booklet, we spotlight JASS' key accomplishments across Mesoamerica, Southern Africa, and Southeast Asia in 2019. Check out stories from the frontlines of change!
Check out how women crossed many lines for justice, equality and peace in 2018!
Margo Okazawa-Rey and JASS
A contextual analysis of Southeast Asia highlighting the ways that ordinary people, activists, human rights defenders, and social movements are organizing to protect their communities from destruction and injustice, even in extremely precarious and dangerous situations

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