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In late October 2021, MADRE hosted a powerful virtual conversation on the critical work we're doing to support our partners in Haiti and Afghanistan amid the ongoing crises in both countries.

published: 11/19/2021
Statement

MADRE condemns the military coup in Sudan, a blow to the vision of democracy for which people there have struggled and mobilized.

published: 10/26/2021
Press Release

In a letter to United Nations (UN) agencies and member states, Feminist Action for Afghanistan, a global coalition of Afghan and international women’s and feminist organizations condemns a growing pattern of exclusion of Afghan women from key mechanisms to address Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis.

published: 10/19/2021
Blog Post

MADRE has always opposed US military intervention in Afghanistan, knowing war would never be a sustainable way to win rights for Afghan women or anyone else for that matter.

published: 09/16/2021
Newsletter

Check out our fall newsletter and see what you make possible for women and girls around the world

published: 09/03/2021
Statement

Our partners are urgently mobilizing now to meet the huge and escalating need. They are bringing food and milk to women and families who have fled the fighting, and they are rapidly coordinating to protect and evacuate women targeted by Taliban threats.

published: 08/16/2021
Statement

We're partnering with networks of grassroots women's groups on the frontlines of these crises. We’re able to get support where it's needed most and in ways that prioritize the women and families most at risk.

published: 08/16/2021
Article

Together with the Colombian organization Proceso de Comunidades Negras (PCN), and supported by Oxfam, Outright Action International, and Global Network of Women Peacebuilders, MADRE sent a letter to the UN Security Council and UN human rights experts encouraging them to hold the Colombian Government accountable

published: 06/17/2021
Blog Post

We are mobilizing to seize on potential openings for a more transformative US policy agenda — one rooted in care, cooperation, and rights — and that centers the voices and expertise of women and feminists at the grassroots.

published: 05/07/2021

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