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WoMin works to develop resource and information materials to support women-led movement building, advocacy and campaigns for justice. These resources have often been inspired by conversations with women in communities, and sometimes built in direct collaboration with them. In the past five years WoMin has built a growing library for activists, thinkers, researchers and practitioners, constantly affirming our commitment to building ‘knowledge from below.

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Launch: A New Animated Short Film Series

Polluters & Plunderers: The Roots Of Africa’s Crises

As we celebrate World Environment Day, June 5, WoMin is pleased to launch the first in a series of animated short films – Polluters & Plunderers: The Roots of Africa’s Crises.

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! 

Women Activists Confront Energy Inequality & Dirty Coal in Phola-Ogies
Womin Participatory Action Report

Mining-impacted women speak through participatory action research

This important report launched just after South Africa Water Week, a weeklong awareness raising campaign that celebrates the value of water for human life, run by the Department of Water and Sanitation (13 – 19 March 2017).

Women Building Power Booklets

WELCOME to Women Building Power, a cutting-edge and developing collection of research, information materials, and tools which forms the knowledge hub of an emerging African women-led grassroots driven campaign on Fossil Fuels, Energy and Climate Justice.

An Activist’s COVID-19 Resources Pack
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Women Stand their Ground Activist Guides

Big businesses, development banks and some governments are pushing for the expansion of coal projects in Africa. They say coal is the way to develop countries and widen African people’s access to energy.