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Learn why women and lbtiq+ people networks are the key for lives free from violence
Meet the organisations we support
In June, the month of Ni una Menos¹, FMS discusses with organisations that work in the prevention and eradication of gender-based violence their experience during the pandemic and what is most important today. For this first edition, we spoke to Asociación Con Voz (Cordoba, Argentina), an organisation committed to the prevention, treatment and research related toContinuar Leyendo Together, stronger and alive: Asociación Con Voz
“For us, the popular is just as important as the feminist”. The phrase summarises in a few words several hours of conversation with four women who are part of Casa Comunidad  (CC). We invite you to read about this powerful feminist organisation which set foot in their territories. It challenges the geographical limits ofContinuar Leyendo Casa Comunidad, a feminist and grassroot strategy for a more liveable world
Gender violence is the result of a patriarchal society structure on the basis of deep and historical inequalities between genders. These inequalities, socially sustained and transmitted from generation to generation, constitute an instrumental violence, which enables and perpetuates domination over women’s bodies and dissident sexualities. Why should we put gender-based violence back at the centerContinuar Leyendo Isolated, not alone: Gender violence in times of quarantine