The Network

Anawanti network is composed by organizations based in El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Morocco, Palestine and Catalonia.

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Actoras de cambio

Guatemala

Feminist, non-religious, non-religious and non-profit organization. Its objective is to promote equality, gender equity and the economic, social and political empowerment of women.

Web: www.actorasdecambio.org.gt

Facebook:ActorasdeCambioGuatemala

Twitter: @ActorasC

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AMDF Association Marrocaine des Droits des Femmes (Asociación Marroquí de los Derechos de las Mujeres).

Morroco

Civil, feminist and autonomous organization, born in 1985. It carries out promotion, awareness and defense actions in the field of women’s rights and human rights.

In this area of gender and human rights, they train specialized, young, feminist, and general population. AMDF has offices in Rabat, Casablanca and Marrakech.

Their strategy is articulated around the promotion of equality through public policies, laws, and practices.

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Calala Fondo de Mujeres

Barcelona

Calala is a feminist foundation that promotes the rights, participation and empowerment of women in Central America and the Spanish State. Calala supports the network in seeking funding and international advocacy space.

Web: www.calala.org

Facebook: CalalaFondo

Twitter: @fondocalala

Instagram: @calalafondodemujeres

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CDM – Centro de Derechos de Mujeres

Honduras

The CDM Women’s Rights Center is a feminist, autonomous, critical, proactive organization that fights for the strengthening of autonomy, the exercise and enjoyment of rights, citizenship, equality and gender justice for women.

Web: derechosdelamujer.org

Facebook: CDMHonduras

Twitter: @CDMHonduras

Instagram: @cdmhonduras

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Association Mains Solidaires

Morroco

Mains Solidaires is a feminist, local, autonomous association, founded in Larache in 2000. Its mission is to promote the rights of women in the province of Larache, as well as nationally and internationally, according to the principles of democracy and gender equality.

Web: www.mains-solidaires.org

Facebook: @asociacion.manossolidarias

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Ormusa

El Salvador

Feminist, non-religious and non-profit organization. Its objective is to promote equality, gender equity and the economic, social and political empowerment of women.

Web: www.ormusa.org

Facebook:ormusa.ong

Twitter: @ormusa_ong

mail: ormusa@ormusa.org

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Suds

Barcelona

SUDS is an association that bases its work on the commitment with organizations and groups who fight human rights violations.

We work together with networks, organizations, groups and grassroots groups to move towards Global Justice, with special attention in the defense of a life free of patriarchal, racist and colonialist violence.

We defend dignity, sovereignty, collective rights and commons.

Web: suds.cat

Facebook: SUDScat

Twitter: @SUDScat

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Fundació Surt

Barcelona

Surt is a social action entity that works to implement the economic, social and cultural rights of women. Our project is committed to women’s effort to build a society with gender equity, free of sexist violence, in which all jobs, paid and unpaid, are assumed regardless of gender identities, and in which life support work (care work) is visible, revalued and understood as collective responsibility.

Web: www.surt.org

Facebook: @FundacioSurt

Twitter: @Fundacio_Surt

Instagram: @fundaciosurt

Youtube: youtube.com/user/surt14

Telegram: Fundacio_Surt

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Tamaia Viure Sense Violència

Barcelona

Experience and knowledge in the field of sexist violence in couple and familly relations.

Web: tamaia.org

Facebook: fb.me/TamaiaViureSenseViolencia

Twitter: @TamaiaCoop

Instagram: @tamaiacoop

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UPWC

Palestina

UPWC struggles to empower Palestinian women and develop their circumstances to achieve true equity between men and women, as well as equity among all social classes. In addition, the Union struggles to ensure a positive reassurance of women within all active laws in Palestine. The Union, on the other hand, is considered as part of the Palestinian national movement that fights illegal Israeli occupation to achieve national independence. UPWC, considered part of the universal progressive movement, works together with the international progressive movement against the militarization of globalization, as well as against any form of discrimination imposed on any social sector (especially women) wherever it occurs.

Web: upwc.org.ps

Facebook: fb.me/upwcs

Twitter: @of_committees