The coffee crisis of 1992 prompted women producers to organize and develop strategies to change their economic and social exclusion as producers/farmers and as women.
“The purpose of this meeting is to table all the problems that women face without men silencing us. All the problems to be brought forward include those we face while serving in the committees”
“Ninguna mujer debe ser despojada de su dignidad a cambio de alimentar a su familia”, Proyecto de Bandanas El ‘Proyecto de Bandanas‘, fundado por Mónica Ramírez, dentro del Southern Poverty Law Center en Atlanta, intenta sensibilizar sobre la explotación y acoso sexual que suelen enfrentar las trabajadoras agrícolas en los EE.UU. Las trabajadoras en el […]
The Women’s Development Network was established to help grassroots women overcome their isolation and increase their access to the information, advice and inspiration they need to achieve sustainability in their economic projects and accomplish their economic goals.
“No one should be forced to give up their dignity in order to feed their family”, the Bandana Project Founded by Monica Ramirez, at the Southern Poverty Law Centre in Atlanta, the Bandana Project aims to raise awareness on the sexual exploitation and harassment faced by farm worker women in the US. Women are vulnerable […]