International Women's seminar 2013

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This International seminar has been prepared by three working parties on three topics:

  • Écofeminism

prepared by comrades from Europe, Brazil and The Philippines

  • Multicultural feminism

prepared by two comrades from Europe

  • How do we handle sexual harassment, violence, rape,etc. in our organisations

prepared by two comrades from Europe and in collaboration with a comrade from the USA

Reading materials


Articles in English

  • Indonesia: Finding ecological justice for women [1]
  • Marijke Colle, An ecofeminist world view [2]
  • The Cochabamba protocol people's agreement [3]
  • Esther Vivas, Without women there is no food sovereignty [4]
  • Gender and Climate Change[5]
  • Tarcia Medeiros, 2013, Feminism and ecosocialism, a necessary alliance [6]

Articles en Français

  • Qu'est-ce que l'écoféminisme [7]
  • Cochabamba, accord des peuples et droits de la Terre-Mère [8]
  • Esther Vivas, Souveraineté alimentaire, une perspective féministe [9]

Artículos en Español

  • Margarita Aguinaga, Ecofeminismo: Mujer y Pachamama [10]
  • Acuerdo de los Pueblos sobre el Cambio Climatico y los Derechos de la Madre Tierra [11]
  • Marta P. Rodriguez, Yayo H. Lopez, Ecofeminismo, une propuesta para repensar el presente y construir el futuro [12]

Multicultural feminism

Articulos en Español

Articles en Français

Articles in English

Artigos em Português

Sexual harassment etc.

Articles in English

  • The F.I. Congress 1991 resolution "Positive Action"[13]
  • Feminist Challenge to Traditional Party building[14]
  • Tyranny of Structurelesness[15]
  • The Norwegian author Kjersti Ericsson: The polyphonus revolution[16]
  • Centre for Gender Equality, Norway, 2001, [17]
  • The SWP and women’s oppression [18]
  • The 1989 Congress of the PRT in Mexico “Sanctions policy in a feminist party”[19]

Articles en Français

  • Congrès Mondial de la Q.I., 1991, Action positive et construction du parti parmi les femmes, [20]

Artìculos en Español

  • Jo Freeman, La Tiranía de la falta de Estructuras [21]