“Feminist futures are the seeds we plant today”: Building collective power for rights and justice at the 13th AWID Forum
A report of the 13th Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) International Forum 'Feminist Futures: Building Collective Power for Rights and Justice' held in Costa do Sauípe, Bahia, Brazil 8-11 September 2016.
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