Women's Rights Campaigning: Info-Activism Toolkit

14 July 2014

We are pleased to announce that the Women's Rights Campaigning: Info-Activism Toolkit is now available in Arabic, Kiswahili, and Hindi.


Launched in English in January 2014, the Toolkit will soon also be available in Bangla.


The Toolkit, developed by Tactical Tech with support from CREA (under its FLOW-funded initiative--New Voices/New Leaders: Women Building Peace and Reshaping Democracy), is a guide for women's rights activists, advocates, NGOs, and community-based organisations who want to use technology tools and practices in their campaigning.


The Toolkit includes campaign basics, strategies, and digital tools, as well as a wide range of inspiring case studies from around the world, which activists at all levels of technological literacy would find useful in their work.


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Achieving Transformative Feminist Leadership: A Toolkit for Organisations and Movements

Srilatha Batliwala, Scholar Associate, Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID), and Michel Friedman, Senior Associate, Gender At Work, draws on the work done for CREA’s Feminist Leadership for Social Transformation—Clearing the Conceptual Cloud to develop a toolkit, with Oxfam, to build and support the individual and collective capacities of women in leadership positions. She will also develop a shorter grassroots-oriented version, in partnership with Women’s Empowerment and Leadership Development for Democratisation (WELDD), being implemented by Shirkat Gah, Pakistan; Institute for Women’s Empowerment, Hong Kong; Women Living under Muslim Law (WLUML), London; and CREA, as part of its New Voices/New Leaders programme.


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Upcoming Institute

Sexuality, Gender, and Rights Institute—Global

21-29 June 2014 | Istanbul, Turkey


The Institute is an annual residential course, which focuses on a conceptual study of sexuality and its application to programme interventions. It examines the links between sexuality, rights, gender, and health, and their interface with socio-cultural and legal issues. Participants critically analyse policy, research, and programme interventions using a rights-based approach. Activists and academics teach the course using classroom instruction, group work, case studies, simulation exercises, fiction, and films.


Last date for submitting completed applications is 15 April 2014.


*Online application preferred. If you cannot use the online application, click here to download the application form. Please e-mail the completed form to


For more, click here.