WoMin


Actor: NGO | Region: Africa

WoMin, an alliance of organisations that span the African continent, works alongside national and regional movements and popular organisations of women, mining impacted communities and peasants, and their solidarity partners, to make visible the impacts of extractivism on peasant and working class women. Together with partners situated from the local to the international, WoMin works to counter the destructive impacts of extractivism such as land grabbing and displacement of communities, pollution and erosion, and violence against women, and, critically, to advance a women-centred and just development alternative.

“GAGGA is a critical global alliance of organisations and movements working on the new front of women’s rights and environmental justice. We see this as such an important learning and advocacy space, bringing local women’s struggles to a worldwide audience.”

Contact: margaret.mapondera@womin.org.za

Website: womin.org.za
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WoMin2015
Facebook: WoMin- African Women Unite Against Destructive Resource Extraction


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    WoMin


    Acteur : ONG | Région : Afrique

    WoMin est une alliance d’organisations originaires du continent africain tout entier, qui accompagne les mouvements nationaux et régionaux et les organisations populaires de femmes, de communautés affectées par l’activité des mines et de paysans, ainsi que leurs partenaires solidaires, dans leurs efforts de donner visibilité aux impacts de l’extractivisme sur la vie des paysans et des femmes de la classe ouvrière. Avec l’aide de ses partenaires, aussi bien locaux qu’internationaux, WoMin s’efforce de contrer les impacts destructeurs de l’extractivisme, telle que la confiscation des terres et le déplacement de communautés, la pollution et l’érosion, ainsi que les violences faites aux femmes. Il s’agit également de mettre en avant des alternatives de développement justes et axées sur les femmes.

    « La GAGGA est une alliance mondiale d’organisations et de mouvements qui agit sur le nouveau front des droits des femmes et de la justice environnementale. Il s’agit pour nous d’un apprentissage important et d’un espace de plaidoyer qui permet de porter les luttes des femmes sur la scène mondiale. »

    Contact : margaret.mapondera@womin.org.za

    Page Internet : womin.org.za
    Twitter: 
    https://twitter.com/WoMin2015
    Facebook: 
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      WoMin


      Actor: ONG | Región: África

      WoMin, una alianza de organizaciones que abarcan el continente africano, trabaja junto a los movimientos y organizaciones populares de mujeres a nivel nacional y regional, las comunidades y campesinas afectadas por la explotación minera, y sus alianzas solidarias, para visibilizar los impactos del extractivismo en la vida de las mujeres campesinas y de clase obrera. Junto a sus aliados locales e internacionales, WoMin trabaja para: contrarrestar los impactos del extractivismo, como el acaparamiento de tierras y el desplazamiento de comunidades, la contaminación y erosión, y la violencia contra las mujeres, y principalmente, para promover alternativas de desarrollo justas y centradas en las mujeres.

      «GAGGA es una importante alianza global de organizaciones y movimientos que trabajan al nuevo frente de los derechos de las mujeres y la justicia ambiental. Vemos esta alianza como un espacio clave para el aprendizaje e incidencia, que lleva la lucha de las mujeres a nivel local a la audiencia mundial.»

      Contacto: margaret.mapondera@womin.org.za

      Sitio web: womin.org.za
      Twitter: https://twitter.com/WoMin2015
      Facebook: WoMin- African Women Unite Against Destructive Resource Extraction


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