From April 10 and 12 we participated in the CREA #Recon2019 event, which took place in Kathmandu, Nepal. We had the opportunity to attend in the company of Luna Irazábal, a young Uruguayan feminist and activist with motor disability, who is part of the Ovejas Negras collective that works to eliminate all forms of discrimination.
During these days, we expanded and deepened our knowledge on the resistance of activists with disabilities in many regions of the world, especially in matters of sexual and reproductive rights.
We were also invited to the session, "Our bodies, our Territories: Feminists Defending the Environment." Together with JASS Mesoamerica and CREA, Laura Carvajal, our Program Coordinator, shared Latin American perspectives and experiences on the struggle for environmental justice and other feminist causes. See some of the images HERE.
Review all the information on this event HERE