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Defending the rights of Mother Earth in Bolivia

In Bolivia, Mother Earth is considered a living being with rights by the indigenous communities. This ancestral vision has allowed…

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The women of Bomboré “simply do not want a mine”

Sixteen years ago in Burkina Faso, mining industries didn’t exist; the first big mining project, which was operated by the…

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The women of Aroroy fight to be heard

For the people of Aroroy, in the Masbate province 350km southeast of Manila in the Philippines, “to be sitting in…

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GAGGA Newsletter #3: Women’s Resistance to Mining: Articulating, strengthening and building solidarity

 “Our grandparents told them to provide good roads, (electrical) power and hospitals. But they didn’t meet any of these expectations.…

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The Bajo Aguán Conflict

The environmental conflict in Bajo Aguán, Honduras, has been active for many years. Honduras is a country that has a…

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The Women from Marina Cué: resistance and empowerment in Paraguay

The women from Marina Cué are an example of resistance. Through their advocacy efforts, they were able to push for…

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Sendou: where environmental justice and women’s rights come together

A coal-fired power plant that threatens to endanger the survival of communities and specially fisherwomen in Bargny, Senegal, managed to…

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Interested in the results of the GAGGA Mid Term Review?

Between May and October 2018, GAGGA conducted a Mid Term Review process, led by Athari Consulting and Advisory Services. This…

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2018 – GAGGA Mid Term Review

2018 is an important year for the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA), as it marks the mid-term…

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