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The struggle for the advancement of women's rights and gender equality globally is impossible without strong women's organizations and movements to provide leadership and momentum. But what does a strong women's organization look like? And what does it take to create effective and sustainable women's movements? This groundbreaking collection of essays by activists from all corners of the globe explores what it means to be an influential women's organization, and what it takes to build the kinds of movements needed to transform women's lives. From how to build successful participatory democratic processes and implement shared leadership models, to lessons on overcoming internal organizational divisions, the case studies in this collection focus not only on the "what" but also the "how" of movement building. Those concerned with how to effect sustainable change will find not only much food for thought, but also an abundance of creative ideas and innovative strategies - served up with a uniquely feminist twist.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781842778500
ISBN-10: 1842778501
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 135mm x 135mm)
Pages: 288
Imprint: Zed Books Ltd
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd
Publish Date: 15-Aug-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Lydia Alpizar

Lydia Alpizar Duran has worked with AWID since 2003 as Manager of the Feminist Movements and Organizations Programme, and has recently been appointed as the organization's new Executive Director. Noel Payne is an activist and alternative entrepreneur promoting the development of the Costa Rican organic movement. Anahi Russo Garrido is a Mexican-Canadian anthropologist. She is currently a PhD student in Women's and Gender studies at Rutgers University. She previously worked with AWID as a research assistant contributing to organizational strengthening and movement building.