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MADRE - Global women's rights 

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Right now your contribution will be matched dollar-for-dollar to further MADRE’s array of lifesaving programs worldwide.

We fund work to meet urgent needs in communities, enhance women's leadership and build strong local institutions.

We strengthen the skills of individuals and organizations to mobilize in communities, influence policies and sustain movements.

We mobilize our team of advocates and lawyers to train and accompany partners in shared campaigns for policy change.

Our grassroots partners are women leaders who protect and provide for communities facing war and disaster. Together, we build skills, strengthen local organizations and advance progressive movements. And we bring women's demands to policymakers and advocate for rights, resources and results.

Indigenous women delegation visits activists in Arizona

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The Trump Administration has stepped up its assault on immigrants, refugees and Indigenous Peoples. In response, we brought a delegation of Indigenous women from all across the world to the US-Mexico border. They came together with Indigenous women and leaders in Arizona to exchange experiences and solutions. Watch a video that captures highlights of that visit.

The International Crimes Against Humanity Treaty

A new convention on crimes against humanity (CAH) is in its final draft stages, but most civil society groups — including women, LGBTIQ, disability, Indigenous, aboriginal, youth, caste, and racial and ethnic minority rights groups — have not weighed in. The CAH drafting process is moving quickly in the UN process, and now is a critical time to get involved.

Progress for Afro-Colombian Women’s Demands for Peace

MADRE joins our partners to spotlight the solutions of women peacebuilders, from Colombia and around the world. They hold the key to lasting peace, stability and progressive US policies.

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No Choice But to Resist

MADRE has collaborated with local Colombian partners, Proceso de Comunidades Negras (PCN) to create a book profiling a group of Black women organizers. This books names the challenges with surveillance, violence, repression and more - as well as the intergenerational movements to combat them.