WoMin is a Pan-African ecofeminist alliance which:
- Works with women activists, communities, organisations and movements to make visible and publicise the impacts of extractives on women and their communities,
- Supports movement building and solidarity efforts to stop destructive mega projects, and
- Works to support women to dream of and campaign for an African, ecologically-just, women-centred alternative to the dominant destructive model of development.
New Report: Women Activists Confront Energy Inequality & Dirty Coal in Phola-Ogies
WoMin and the Greater Phola-Ogies Women’s Forum are proud to launch a new
Feminist Participatory Action Report (FPAR), “We are the victims of pollution and
victims of energy poverty”: Coal affected women in Phola-Ogies Speak Out! Read
An activist’s covid-19
WATER CRISIS IN THE TIME OF COVID-19
women in resistance
Women and their communities, organisations and movements across Africa do not stand by meekly as extractives corporations and governments try to take their land and natural resources.